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Biodiversity in the Noosa River

This project aims to study the benthic layer and river biodiversity to assess the viability of restoring prawn stocks in the Noosa River and Lakes.

Type: Conservation of biodiversity

Field of activity: Ecosystem/habitat conservation

Responsible body: Noosa BR Foundation, Noosa Parks Association Inc. and The Thomas Foundation

Period: 2019-2020

Contact: Noosa BR Foundation - secretariat@noosabiosphere.org.au

Area of operation: Noosa BR

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