How ash and debris are choking Australia's rivers


Walking through the Bogandyera Nature Reserve, Luke Pearce, a fisheries manager for the Australian state of New South Wales, gestured down a steep hillside and described the scene three days after a wildfire roared through the area on January 11.

“There were dead animals all through here,” he said, recalling the carcasses of kangaroos, feral deer, wallabies, wombats, possums, and birds of numerous species strewn across the charred landscape.



Enviornment; Ecology

Period3 Mar 2020

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  • TitleHow ash and debris are choking Australia's rivers
    Media name/outletMediashift
    CountryUnited States
    PersonsMark Lintermans