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SAMBD Welcomes Dr. Creeper to Floodplain & Wetlands Team

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New wetland ecologist, Dr Nathan Creeper, has joined the Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin’s (SAMDB) Floodplain and Wetlands team.

Based in Berri, Dr Creeper’s role involves undertaking ecological monitoring and management of the Riverland Ramsar site, along with organising a pest animal and weed control program involving the local community and landholders.

Prior to joining Natural resources SAMDB, Dr Creeper worked with Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) Land and Water and Adelaide University investigating the distribution and environmental risks of acid sulfate soils in the Murray-Darling Basin.

Image supplied by Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin
Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources

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