Stemming the slaughter of swift parrots

Introduced predators have wrought havoc on native species worldwide.  Recently, we discovered that introduced sugar gliders are killing from 60-100% of femal

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Swift Parrot Juvenile

Australian Soils Blowing in the Wind

Dust storms, dust hazes or the back paddock blowing, seem to be a part of life for many Australians. But dust is the ‘business end’ of wind erosion.

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Ethabuka

Optimised eucalypt domestication: an example using E. cladocalyx, a species for low rainfall environments

Early domestication and tree improvement of eucalypts is typically based on a number of traditional assumptions and techniques.

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David Bush

Short Course December 2014 - Introduction to Environmental Accounting - ENROL NOW

Environmental accounting is increasingly being used to support the development and analysis of government policy.

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Canberra Views

Mapping the Future - Farm Productivity & Soil Fertility

The need to increase farm productivity is very much dependent on maintaining soil fertility.

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ENVS3014/6514 Ecological Assessment and Management Final Class Assessment!

The final class for ENVS3014/6514 Ecological Assessment and Management was held at the

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Professor Lindesay and Associate Professor Brack with the winners.

Global well-being may peak in 2065 if emissions are not controlled

Average global well-being may peak in 2065 if CO2 emissions are not tightly controlled, according to a new sustainability indicator created by ANU

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