Far Eastern Curlew (long-billed bird) in flight.
Feb 02, 2021

Gulf shores are a critical stopover for hungry migratory waders

Authors: Dr Viki Cramer, Northern Australia Environmental Resources Hub, and Professor Michele Burford (project leader), Griffith University   The huge […]

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Dec 16, 2020

Gulf rivers roadshow

Delivering research findings to stakeholders Hub research has found that reduced flows for Gulf of Carpentaria rivers could mean less […]

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Nov 27, 2020


16-year collaboration wins two Territory Natural Resource Management Awards We’re honoured to have won not one but TWO Territory NRM […]

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Green ant on the edge of a leaf
Nov 25, 2020

Setting standards for mine-site rehabilitation

Ants and other animals key to tracking rehabilitation Studying ants and other animals is helping scientists in Australia’s north to […]

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Nov 19, 2020

Machine learning helps to map gamba grass from space

Researchers from CSIRO, Charles Darwin University and The University of Western Australia have developed a machine-learning approach that reliably detects […]

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Tjuwaliyn-Wagiman TRaCK team
Nov 13, 2020

Territory NRM Awards finalists

We’re honoured to have two finalists in the Best Collaboration in NRM category in the 2020 Territory NRM Awards. The […]

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Talaroo station photo, an important piece of land for the Ewamian people involved in this project
Nov 13, 2020

Positive knowledge exchange through ILSMPs

Indigenous land and sea management programs (ILSMPs) give Indigenous people the opportunity to work on country to protect ecosystems and […]

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NT waterway from above.
Nov 11, 2020

Developing Northern Australia Conference 2021 – NESP resources

National Environmental Science Program resources for integrated environmental assessments Integrated environmental assessments discussion starter Integrated environmental assessments poster National Environmental […]

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Nov 08, 2020

NAIDOC Week 2020

For NAIDOC Week 2020, we highlighted some of our important collaborative research with Indigenous people across northern Australia. You can […]

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Pig-damaged wetland
Oct 28, 2020

Wetland invertebrates lost to pugging and wallowing pigs

As the water at a wetland’s edge retreats, exposed sediments provide rich habitat for ground-dwelling invertebrates like beetles, mites, springtails […]

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