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The Connolly Lab
Marine research lab focused on understanding ecosystem resilience, the ecology of coastal habitats and carbon sequestration and food webs in coastal wetlands.
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Excellent talk from team member who has the facts on storage and release on the @amsn2019
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Great talk from discussing the science behind valuing Australia’s blue economy
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Susanne Becken Jun 18
Combining big data analytics, marine science and tourism research to measure aesthetic value of the ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Global Wetlands Project Jun 17
We’re looking for a new Quantitative Ecologist to join the team!
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Chris Brown Jun 17
New job in Quantitative Ecology with us at (Australia)
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Susanne Becken Jun 16
Combining different sets of data has great potential to reduce monitoring costs.
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Aus Rivers Institute Jun 16
ARI Magazine available in print and online now. Covering research, project updates and several opinion pieces from some of our experts.
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Damien Maher Jun 10
Nice work et al. The same thing happens in mangroves due to the natural disturbance induced by crabs building new burrows:
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Blue Carbon Lab Jun 10
🚨 Ancient locked in beds may be released back to the ocean by strong physical disturbances (eg dredging, storms). Oxygen exposure wakes up dormant microbes 🦠 who speed carbon remineralisation!! Research by et al. >>
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Aus Rivers Institute Jun 11
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Aus Rivers Institute Jun 9
The team, have recently highlighting the importance of for large , here they explain the significance of their research.
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Dr Nathan Waltham Jun 3
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Global Wetlands Project Jun 8
"We should, with great gratitude, come to know that we are fortunate for it..." shares his vision for our relationship with seas on
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Blue Carbon Lab May 27
Head of Blue Carbon Lab, A/Prof is highlighted as finalist of the 2019 Science Prize for Innovation, Research & Education (INSPIRE) awarded by the . Peter was recognised for his research on the carbon sequestration of coastal wetlands.
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Global Wetlands Project May 21
Key finding from our review: the major groups of marine megafauna use coastal wetlands to live, breed or feed far more than previously thought. Full paper:
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Bela Stantic May 21
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Global Wetlands Project May 21
Today is International Day for and we’ve published new research showing the importance of for large marine animals 🐬🦈🐊🌱🌎
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Nine News Gold Coast May 10
In an Australian first, a yellow buoy named 'Big Bird' has been launched off the southern end of South Stradbroke Island.
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Seagrass Ecosystems May 14
Can Payments for Ecosystem Services help protect ? Interesting to learn about the worlds only effective project in Gazi Bay, Kenya and its implications for seagrass
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Seagrass Ecosystems May 12
Lovely day for a workshop with - looking forward to helping develop a global seagrass synthesis
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