The great flood of late 2022 changed the ecology of the basin’s rivers, and not in a good way

As a fish ecologist who lives on the northern shoreline of Lake Cargelligo in western New South Wales, I’ve been fortunate to have had a front-row seat to the ever-changing drama of all aspects of the Murray-Darling Basin over the last 30 years.

It’s never been more dramatic than this past spring and summer.

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