New grazing practices to improve health of Great Barrier Reef

CSIRO researchers are studying grazing practices in Queensland to assess the effect of agricultural sediments on the Great Barrier Reef. The study hopes to identify the major source of fine sediment discharged from the Queensland interior into the reef. The data will aid the development of best practice guidelines for graziers.

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