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Manning River catchment focus of German research paper | Manning River Times

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Researchers at the NatRiskChange graduate school at Potsdam University in Germany have published an article in the Earth’s Future journal on February 2021 focusing on the ‘cascade of hazards’ in the Manning catchment starting with the worst drought in our recorded history. Titled Cascading Hazards in the Aftermath of Australia’s 2019/2020 Black Summer Wildfires, the research article studied “the cascade of drought, fire, rain, flood and soil erosion in the Manning River catchment”. In June 2020. aquatic ecologist, Dr Keith Bishop was contacted by PhD student via his website, asking for assistance with the research. “I was stunned where this professional…



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