Notification: Parks and Wildlife Service is part of the new Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA).

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Technical officer Kirsty Quinlan - Photo © Melita Pennifold/ Parks and Wildlife

Wetlands directly or indirectly support a large proportion of the State’s flora and fauna and affect landscape scale processes such as nutrient dynamics, erosion and groundwater recharge.

Parks and Wildlife research provides a sound scientific basis on which to manage and conserve the State’s wetland and riverine ecosystems. We have broad expertise including geophysics, hydrology, planning, zoology, botany, data analysis, GIS and wetland mapping.

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