Port Planning: What's Next For Sydney Harbour?: October 2011 Archives
Tuesday October 25, 2011
What we found.
Posted by Robert Doublett
And three weeks since the harbour dredging began.
The lobster, crab and other marine life were moved out of the way of the huge dredging vessel.
Monday, the marine biologist in charge of the relocation project, sifted through some of the dredged sediment from the outer region of the harbour.
Bruce Hatcher tells reporter Yvonne LeBlanc-Smith what he found.... and what he didn't find.
Categories: Blog, Port Planning: What's Next For Sydney Harbour?
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