Darling River fish kills

"To me, it was like the coral bleaching moment for the inland". Scientists asked to investigate the fish kills in the Murray-Darling River system in NSW say a failure to act resolutely and quickly on the fundamental cause—insufficient flows—threatens the viability of the Darling, the fish and the communities that depend on it for their livelihoods and wellbeing.

Read the Academy's report into the cause of the fish kills in the Darling River here:

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