Controlling Murray’s flow could also control weeds

By changing the flow of the Murray, humans have set off mass weed invasions and compromised the biodiversity of the river’s banks, say University of Melbourne researchers. Dr Jane Catford’s research provides a guide to how to control water flow to minimise damage.

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