26 July 2021
The NESP Northern Australia Environmental Resources Hub has had impact across four broad themes:
You can find out more about project impact by exploring the themes below or watch more about these topics in the wrap-up video.
The importance of rivers and their flows
The Martuwarra (Fitzroy River) in Western Australia is one of the major rivers that the NESP Northern Hub has investigated through our research. Photo: Dan Dixon.
Supporting Indigenous natural resource management and alternative economies
Over 100 Indigenous individuals and organisations, including partners, co-authors, case-study providers and reviewers, contribute to the development of the Best Practice Guidelines. Photo: Our Knowledge Our Way launch video.
Developing new approaches for monitoring and communicating about environmental resources
Gouldian Finches are one of many species that are difficult to detect due to their movement patterns through the landscape. Photo by Minden Pictures/Alamy Stock Photo.
Managing threatened species and threatening processes
Senior District Ranger Steve Dwyer walks among seedlings of important native seed trees. Photo by NESP Northern Hub.
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