26 February 2019
Presentations on Wed 20th Feb
Bringing Indigenous knowledge into land and water management (presenters: Dr Ro Hill – CSIRO, Peter Yates – NAILSMA, Lloyd Nulgit and Gordon Smith Jnr – Ngarinyin Traditional Owners from WA’s Fitzroy River region)
Economic and other benefits of Indigenous land and sea management programs (presenters: Prof Natalie Stoeckl & Dr Diane Jarvis – James Cook University (JCU), Celia & Emile Boxer – Walmajarri Traditional Owners from WA’s Fitzroy River region, David Hudson & Sharon Prior – Ewamian Traditional Owners from Far North Queensland)
Indigenous research partnerships for land and water management (presenters: Prof Michael Douglas – University of Western Australia, Dr Sarah Laborde – Griffith University, Mervyn Street – Gooniyandi Traditional Owner from WA’s Fitzroy River region, Mona Liddy & Lizzie Sullivan – Wagiman Traditional Owners from NT’s Daly River region)
Presentations on Thursday 21st Feb
Supporting savanna fire management through carbon farming (presenter: Dr Garry Cook – CSIRO)
Mapping to manage threatened species across the north (presenters: Dr Anna Pintor – JCU & Assoc Prof Mark Kennard – Griffith University)
Assessing mangrove dieback in the Gulf (presenter: Dr Norm Duke – JCU)
eDNA reveals where endangered birds of a feather flock together Top image: Minden Photos/Alamy Scrolling image: NT DENR Hub […]
Attending this year’s 22nd International Riversymposium in Brisbane were Associate Professor Mark Kennard from Griffith University and Hub science communicator Jane Thomas. […]
Australian freshwater crocodiles (Crocodylus johnstoni) are the largest freshwater predators on the continent. They are widespread across the northern tropics […]
Our Northern Hub Newsletter highlights what's going on in our research projects across northern Australia. It includes latest findings, what's coming up and what this all means for sustainable development and land and water management in the region.
The North Australia News Roundup is an informal monthly collation of news relevant to developing northern Australia. It aims to facilitate cross-sector and cross-region knowledge sharing, and more informed conversations and decisions about the future of the region!
Want to know more about Hub activities and the development of northern Australia? Stay informed of activities, research, publications, events and more through the North Australia News Roundup and Hub Newsletter.