Fish are critical to the Murray–Darling Basin: they cycle nutrients, are food for other parts of the food web and sustain a billion dollar recreational fishing industry. Looking after fish also has environmental, economic and social benefits.
Restoring native fish populations
Flows for fish in the Murray-Darling Basin
Environmental water helps to provide a more natural flow regime for native fish and to restore their populations in the Murray–Darling Basin.
- 1 March 2017
- Office of Environment and Heritage
- ID OEH20170087
- File PDF 0.3MB
- Pages 3
- Name restoring-native-fish-populations-murray-darling-basin-170087.pdf
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