Fish kills can be mapped

Thousands of fish killed at Menindee on January 29.PIcture: Graeme McCrabb
Thousands of fish killed at Menindee on January 29.PIcture: Graeme McCrabb

A WEBSITE has been launched to allow the public to record fish kills on a map of the Murray-Darling Basin.

Charles Sturt University academic Jonathon Howard has established the citizen science project, where people can register fish-kill events anywhere in the basin.

“We’ve worked with a range of conservation groups right around the Murray-Darling Basin to set up a website where anybody in the community across the basin can register what they see,” he said.

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