Join us to learn from Charles Sturt University’s Dr Katie Doyle and Mr Braeden Lampard from OzFish Unlimited about a One Basin QuickStart project exploring the potential for citizen scientists to be involved in fish tagging programs in the Murray-Darling Basin.

This work is a pilot study to determine if community members can be trained to tag fish, while working within animal ethics and fisheries regulations. The work will establish the framework, through training and collaboration, for citizen scientists to be incorporated into basin-scale programs.


Katie Doyle

Charles Sturt University

Dr Katie Doyle is an aquatic ecologist with more than 15 years’ experience researching the ecology, management, and restoration of freshwater and marine ecosystems. Katie undertakes research across ... Read more

Braeden Lampard


Braeden Lampard has over 7 years’ experience working in local stakeholder engagement, communications and fish ecology. In his early career, he spent a large amount of time working on large scale mo... Read more

Panel Members

Craig Copeland

OzFish Unlimited

Craig Copeland is the CEO and Founder of OzFish Unlimited, Australia’s fishing conservation organisation. He has been leading the protection and restoration of fish habitat throughout Australia for ... Read more

Sponsored by One Basin CRC

One Basin CRC is a collaborative effort involving 85 partners dedicated to building a productive, resilient and sustainable Murray-Darling Basin. The Australian Water School, a business unit of Water Research Australia, proudly stands among these partners.


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