Assessing trawling effect in Australia

Data about the Australian seabed has been reviewed to see which areas are at risk from trawling Photo: CSIRO

Figures just released show that less than 3.5% of the Australian seabed is affected by trawling. Although this figure varies regionally, it is among the lowest footprints recorded worldwide.

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