11
Dec

An economist and an ecologist discuss surviving their PhDs in a cross-disciplinary school »

When you're surviving your Doctorate, being focused on a single discipline while surrounded by experts and students who come from different fields can be enriching, but also isolating. Here's how an economist and an ecologist discovered they could get through their PhDs together.
23
Nov

A Tale of Two (Hundred) Trees: academics showcase two methods of conservation in Canberra »

Over one weekend in Spring, two academics at Fenner take on very different approaches to trees and conservation in Canberra.
30
Jan

Transforming small-scale irrigation in Zimbabwe

Increasing irrigation water productivity in Mozambique, Tanzania and Zimbabwe through on-farm monitoring, adaptive management and agricultural innovation platforms (AIPs),
07
Feb

Pore-water Methane in Evolving Mangrove Forests

Atmospheric carbon abatement through better management of mangroves is of interest in climate change mitigation. This seminar examines a study into measuring the potential contribution of mangrove forests to methane emissions.