HUB NEWS

Aug 01, 2014

Tracking a feral cat’s movements

Late last year two cat-proof exclosures were completed in Kakadu National Park, to see whether native mammal numbers improve when […]

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Jul 03, 2014

Wet season flows crucial to prawn survival

Wet season flows are essential to the survival of prized freshwater prawn populations in northern Australia, a Charles Darwin University […]

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Jun 26, 2014

Who eats who in Kakadu National Park’s wetlands?

For more than two years, researchers from Griffith University, Charles Darwin University and the University of Western Australia have been […]

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Jun 17, 2014

Training floodplain goannas to steer clear of cane toads

New research is underway to investigate whether goannas can be taught to avoid eating cane toads at a remote site […]

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Jun 01, 2014

Major review highlights loss of Australian mammals

A three-year national review has found that Australia’s mammal extinction rate is higher than previously thought, and will increase rapidly […]

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Apr 02, 2014

Bringing back native mammals in Arnhem Land

Indigenous rangers and Traditional Owners from the Warddeken Indigenous Protected Area have been working with scientists to monitor native mammal […]

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Mar 13, 2014

Investigating disease and mammal decline in northern Australia

Many small to medium-sized native mammals are rapidly declining across northern Australia, even in nationally-protected conservation reserves. Scientists believe that […]

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Mar 13, 2014

How can we manage sea level rise and weeds on Kakadu floodplains?

A team of researchers from the Northern Australia hub is looking at which areas of Kakadu’s floodplains are at most […]

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Mar 13, 2014

Traditional Owners help scientists rescue critically endangered sawfish

In September 2012, as Top End floodplains were drying out, Daly River Traditional Owner Rita Purak discovered two largetooth sawfish […]

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Mar 13, 2014

Fish tracking in the South Alligator River

There are probably as many theories about the movements of barramundi and other species of fish as there are different […]

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