HUB NEWS

Talaroo station photo, an important piece of land for the Ewamian people involved in this project
Mar 04, 2020

Valuing Indigenous cultural connections

Ecosystems provide humans with the stuff of life: food, fresh water, clean air and materials for shelter. Healthy ecosystems help […]

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Feb 14, 2020

Monitoring the endangered, the invasive & the ugly with eDNA

Aquatic field surveys in northern Australia are expensive, difficult and often dangerous, especially when saltwater crocodiles are present. But new […]

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Dave Crook NERP in Kakadu fish tagging
Jan 29, 2020

For fish, there’s no dry-season place like a home billabong

As the wet season rains inundate the Top End’s floodplains, fish begin to leave the refuge of their dry-season waterholes […]

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Dec 20, 2019

The 12 days of (Hub) Christmas

Enjoy this look back at our top news stories from 2019.  

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Ten-mile swamp
Dec 18, 2019

Understanding floodplain connectivity in the Mitchell River

Research in northern Australia means being ready for anything, which the environmental water needs for the Mitchell River project team […]

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NTG Workshop photo
Dec 11, 2019

Delivering research for NT government

Hub researchers recently met for a workshop with NT Government policy-makers and regulators to share relevant research and solicit feedback […]

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Dec 04, 2019

Northern Hub researchers migrate south for the build up

Northern Hub researchers migrate south for the build-up The Hub had a big week at the Ecological Society of Australia […]

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eDNA deposited by Gouldians at a waterhole
Nov 15, 2019

Powerful genetic tool aids endangered Gouldian finch

eDNA reveals where endangered birds of a feather flock together Top image: Minden Photos/Alamy Scrolling image: NT DENR   Hub […]

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Nov 06, 2019

Taking northern research ‘down south’

Attending this year’s 22nd International Riversymposium in Brisbane were Associate Professor Mark Kennard from Griffith University and Hub science communicator Jane Thomas. […]

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Freshwater crocodile
Oct 23, 2019

Considering complex interactions key to freshie conservation

Australian freshwater crocodiles (Crocodylus johnstoni) are the largest freshwater predators on the continent. They are widespread across the northern tropics […]

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