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Jane Thomas from the Integration and Application Network conducted a four-day course on science communication in Brisbane, Australia, March 5-9, hosted by the International WaterCentre. The 18 participants were staff involved in the Reef Water Quality Partnership, an initiative of the Australian federal and Queensland state governments and regional natural resource management bodies supporting the Great Barrier Reef Water Quality Protection Plan. Co-instructors were Eva Abal and Emily Saeck from Healthy Waterways and Kate Moore from the University of Queensland.
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