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Questacon event nat science week
Aug 21, 2018

Indigenous Science Conversations in National Science Week

Indigenous researchers involved in the National Environmental Science Program got together at Canberra’s Questacon last week to present an engaging […]

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Macro green ant photo
Aug 20, 2018

Rehabilitated mine sites & Top End animals

Effective rehabilitation is a major challenge for the many active and legacy mines across northern Australia, with best practice mine […]

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Photo of Magela Creek, Kakadu National Park
Aug 02, 2018

Does contaminated mine wastewater affect fish movements?

Ranger Uranium Mine is due to cease operations in 2021 and the site will be rehabilitated by 2026. Knowledge on […]

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Jul 25, 2018

What do crocs eat?

With a fearsome reputation as a ‘hypercarnivorous apex predator’, you would expect estuarine crocodiles (or ‘salties’ as we call them […]

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Jul 19, 2018

Positive effects of ILSMPs

The positive effects of Indigenous Land and Sea Management programs (ILSMPs) on the wellbeing of Indigenous people are assessed in […]

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Photo of 3D Fitzroy River catchment model
Jul 10, 2018

Showing and sharing Indigenous and scientific knowledge

A 3D model of WA’s Fitzroy River catchment is supporting knowledge sharing and decision-making about country by Traditional Owners. Construction of […]

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Jul 06, 2018

Science, sustainability, security

The Northern Australia Food Futures Conference was hosted by NT Farmers in Darwin this week. With a theme of ‘Science […]

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Myroodah crossing, Fitzroy river on Nyikina-Mangala country
Jun 27, 2018

New Martuwarra Fitzroy River Council

WA’s Fitzroy River catchment is recognised for its outstanding natural and cultural heritage, but perhaps less so for its significant […]

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Jun 21, 2018

Tools for two-way decisions

The National Native Title Conference was held in Broome on Yawuru lands from 5-7 June. The conference brought together native […]

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Jun 21, 2018

Improving monitoring & management for Gulf mangroves

Mangroves support biodiversity and fisheries, protect shorelines from coastal erosion and storm damage, and store more carbon than terrestrial forests. […]

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