A fish farming salinity solution

It is a little disturbing that the inland waters of the Murray-Darling river system are so saline in places that marine species can survive. However, Research Leader for Aquaculture with the NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI), Dr Geoff Allan, and his colleagues, see inland aquaculture as a logical alternative land use in salt degraded areas. This is especially so given the shortage of suitable sheltered deepwater fish-farming sites along the coast.

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