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When the Ghost Gum Peels, Bull Sharks Are Fat in the River

When the Ghost Gum Peels, Bull Sharks Are Fat in the River

By Emma Woodward

With indigenous knowledge being lost, six Aboriginal language groups have documented up to 13 “seasons” that can be used by scientists to evaluate the impact of climate change.

Emma Woodward is a researcher with CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences based at the Tropical Ecosystems Research Centre in Darwin.

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