University of New England masters student Razzaq Sarker’s scientific paper on the effect of inundation on frog behaviour and chorusing has been published and is now available to be viewed here. Razzaq studied the patterns between inundation and frog breeding of species within the Gwydir State Conservation Area (SCA) and surrounding wetlands.

This work was supported by a Higher Degree Research grant from University of New England, Australia and by the Commonwealth Environmental Water Office, through the Flow-Monitoring Evaluation and Research program including frog acoustic surveys (2019-2020). The on-ground frog surveys (2015–2019) were funded by NSW Department of Planning and Environment (formerly NSW DPIE/OEH) and Murray-Darling Basin Authority Basin Plan Implementation funds.