Groundwater dependent ecosystems: key questions, new methods and a response curve

Groundwater-dependent ecosystems (GDEs) are a valuable resource, having economic, biological, conservation, ecosystem services and aesthetic values. However,...

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Professor Derek Eamus

Fenner Celebrates a Cedrus libani (Cedar of Lebanon) turn 100

When compiling the information for the new comprehensive book about the Arboretum, Linda Muldoon (Editor and wondrous volunteer) found a Cedar of Lebanon which...

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Fairness & Justice in Environmental Decision Making

On Thursday, 27 March at 5.30 pm, The Hon Cathy McGowan MP launched the book by Dr Catherine Gross entitled Fairness & Justice in Environmental Decision...

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The Hon Cathy McGowan with Dr Catherine Gross

Biodiversity And Environmental Change: Monitoring, Challenges And Direction

The value of long-term ecological research and how ANU is committed to enabling long-term research of this nature, was the theme a book launch on Thursday, 20...

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Book Launch

Booderee National Park - The Jewel of Jervis Bay

A new book detailing the rich diversity of life in one of Australia’s greatest and most popular national parks, the Booderee National Park, has been...

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The Ruined Lighthouse - St Georges Head

Lesslie Endowment

The Lesslie Endowment has been established on behalf of the Lesslie family, recognizing the contributions of Dr Rob Lesslie, an alumnus of the Australian...

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Is too much forest being locked up?

Every bit of forest is unique, every part can produce something of value if you study it well enough. An argument can be made to protect every hectare of...

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Frank Fenner Building receives 6 Green Star Rating

The ACT’s greenest building has been unveiled at The Australian National University (ANU). The Frank Fenner Building, which hosts the Fenner School of...

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Opening Ceremony for Fenner Building

The Fenner School of Environment & Society is unique in Australia. There are very few places in the world where economists and hydrologists, historians and ecologists, foresters, geographers and climatologists work together on the big environmental problems facing contemporary society.

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