Understanding oxygen dynamics and the importance for benthic recovery in Macquarie Harbour

Project No: FRDC 2016/067

Macquarie Harbour is a unique Tasmanian salmon farming environment with a complex ecological, hydrodynamic and industrial legacy. This project is focused on better understanding changes in dissolved oxygen within the water column and its significance for recovery of the benthic environment.

Project Status
Current
Ongoing
Jeff Ross
Visit Project
Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
15-21 Nubeena Crescent
Taroona, Tasmania 7053 Australia
+61 6226 8277 
Acknowledgment of Country
We acknowledge the palawa/pakana and Gadigal/Wangal people, the traditional custodians of the land and sea upon which we live and work, and their enduring cultures and knowledge of our oceans and coasts.

We recognise that decisions and practices affecting the future of Indigenous education and research are vital to the self-determination, wellbeing and livelihood of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and to shaping the Australian society in which we live.
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