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Biodiversity Research Network

The Biodiversity Research Network was established under the auspices of the first NSW Biodiversity Strategy.

It aims to facilitate communication and cooperation among stakeholders interested in biodiversity-related research in NSW.

The Network links individuals across government, private and community organisations and includes the people doing the research with those people who want to use the research findings.

A newsletter is circulated regularly to keep members up-to-date on the current state of biodiversity research in NSW. Read the most recent and archived copies of the newsletter or subscribe to receive your own copy of the Newsletter here.

For more information about the NSW Biodiversity Research Network contact OEH's Environment Line.

Member organisations of the NSW Biodiversity Research Network

Page last updated: 24 February 2015