HUB NEWS

Nov 28, 2017

Hub researchers travel to Canberra

Two Northern Hub researchers travelled to Canberra in early November to highlight the impact of Hub research projects. Dr Helen […]

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Nov 24, 2017

Assessing mangrove dieback in the Gulf

A James Cook University scientist will investigate an enormous dieback of mangrove forests in the Gulf of Carpentaria, two years […]

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Nov 28, 2017

ILMPs provide many benefits

Researchers investigating the many benefits that Indigenous people gain from Indigenous Land Management Programs (ILMPs) have been visiting and talking […]

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Nov 28, 2017

How gamba invasion transforms northern savannas

How do savanna landscapes change due to gamba grass invasion, and is it possible for these ecosystems to be restored? […]

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Knowledge brokering
Nov 29, 2017

Knowledge brokering at the Kimberley Ranger Forum

The 2017 Kimberley Ranger Forum, held by the Kimberley Land Council (KLC) in partnership with the Department of Agriculture and […]

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Nov 28, 2017

Fitzroy River fieldwork underway

Researchers from two Northern Hub projects joined Nyikina Mangala Traditional Owners, Yimardoo Warra Rangers and staff from the WA Department […]

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Archer River
Nov 28, 2017

Feral pigs and wetlands

The wetlands and floodplains of the Archer River support outstanding biodiversity, provide many ecosystem services and have significant Indigenous cultural […]

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LiDAR imagery
Nov 23, 2017

How much carbon is stored as dead wood in the north?

Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) savanna projects allow land managers to minimise uncontrolled highly intense fires late in the dry season […]

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Nov 21, 2017

We’re hiring!

Be part of our exciting environmental resources hub that is informing sustainable development in northern Australia. Within the School of […]

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Nov 15, 2017

Developing eDNA methods for tropical waters

In northern Australia, detecting aquatic species can be difficult, labour-intensive and expensive, due to factors such as remote locations, expansive […]

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