Ecology and impact: Prof. Bronwyn Gillanders

Professor Bronwyn Gillanders works at the School of Earth & Environmental Sciences at the University of Adelaide. With over ten years of experience swimming with, observing and studying the Giant Australian Cuttlefish, she is a leading authority on the population and its sensitivities. In this interview, Bronwyn also raises concerns about the wider effects of destabilising the ecology of the Upper Spencer Gulf. Lucrative large scale commerical fisheries could well be jeopardised by a hasty decision to rush through a desalination plant at Point Lowly.


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