29 January 2019
2019 Northern Australia Research
With several projects wrapping up and new research getting underway, 2019 will be a busy year for the Hub!
We’re showcasing some early research results and impact at a research forum in Canberra from 20-21 February. See here for more information, and email us at [email protected] if you’re interested in attending.
10 new projects kicked off last year, focusing on gamba grass, environmental DNA, shorebirds, flow-ecology links, mine rehabilitation and mangrove dieback, and cover ground from the Kimberley to Cape York. Read all about these new projects in our latest Hub eNewsletter.
Scientists are using an innovative technique to detect endangered frogs a long way downstream from their mountainous, tropical homes in […]
A new, $2.6 million, Indigenous-led program which aims to mobilise the latest digital technology for land and sea managers working […]
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