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2022 was a good year for nature in Australia – but three nasty problems remain

By Albert Van Dijk, Professor, Water and Landscape Dynamics, Fenner School of Environment & Society, Australian National University
Geoff Heard, The University of Queensland
Mark Grant, Ecosystem Science Programs Lead, Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network, The University of Queensland
Shoshana Rapley, Research assistant, Australian National University
Last year was great for plant growth and river flows. But Australia is still on the brink of losing a slew of plant and animal species.The Conversation

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