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Associate Professor Mark Lintermans is a freshwater scientist with more than 30 years’ experience in fisheries research and management. His research interests are in the management and ecology of threatened freshwater fish and crayfish; the ecology and impacts of alien fish; and strategic intervention and mitigation programs to deal with aquatic threats.

Education/Academic qualification

Master, Australian National University

Award Date: 2 Mar 1998

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