HUB NEWS

Environmental water needs for the Mitchell River meeting
Sep 13, 2019

Sharing knowledge for accessible science

Research projects produce a wealth of important information, but sharing science in an accessible way can be a challenge. As […]

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Cape York turtle work photo
Sep 11, 2019

No one-size-fits-all approach for turtle nest predators

No one-size-fits-all approach to predators that plunder turtle nests. Protecting the nests of marine turtles from raids by pigs, dingoes […]

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Photo of Magela Creek, Kakadu National Park
Sep 04, 2019

Do mine-water discharges affect fish movement?

The project team investigating fish movement and sensitivity to contaminated mine water in the Top End’s Magela Creek have been […]

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Hub steering committee 1 August 2019
Sep 03, 2019

Hub Steering Committee Queensland update

Our Hub Steering Committee recently visited Cairns and other parts of far north Queensland for updates from some of our […]

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Daly River study site, photo Stuart Blanch
Aug 27, 2019

A diversity of Daly River flows sustains diverse freshwater fish

Maintaining water flows in Australia’s northern rivers is essential to conserve the diversity of freshwater fishes and the health of […]

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Aug 22, 2019

NESP Hubs at ESA 2019

The National Environmental Science Program (NESP) is a long-term commitment by the Australian Government to environment and climate research. NESP […]

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Gamba grass workshop Cairns
Aug 14, 2019

Improving gamba grass control on Cape York

Improving gamba grass control on Cape York and throughout northern Australia was the topic of discussion at a two-day workshop […]

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NESP Hub DNA panel
Jul 31, 2019

Integrated environmental assessments in the north

The 2019 Developing Northern Australia (DNA) Conference was held in Karratha in early July. At the conference, Hub Leader Professor […]

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Aerial image of mangrove dieback including helicopter and assessor in image
Jul 08, 2019

Understanding mangrove dieback and recovery limitations

Hub researchers and Indigenous rangers have been working hard on the Gulf of Carpentaria’s coastline to assess mangrove recovery following […]

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Jabiru photo
Jul 04, 2019

Following fauna in Kakadu National Park

A new Hub project led by Graeme Gillespie from the NT’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources is trialling a […]

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