Welcome 2019!

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.

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    Congratulations!

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  • Nov 25, 2020

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  • Nov 19, 2020

    Machine learning helps to map gamba grass from space

    Researchers from CSIRO, Charles Darwin University and The University of Western Australia have developed a machine-learning approach that reliably detects […]

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