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Science for rivers, coasts and catchments. CRICOS No. 00233E
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Chantal Lanctot Aug 14
ARI SEMINAR: Join us this Friday 16th August for Dr. Matthew Le Feuvre’s seminar on “Triple jeopardy in the tropics: Assessing extinction risk in Australia’s freshwater biodiversity hotspot” at 12pm in G11_3.06 or join the livestream:
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Aus Rivers Institute Aug 14
Just another average day researching in Middle-earth, sorry, for . 🇸🇪🌎🇸🇪
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Is this really in or did accidentally end up in Middle-earth? Being a researcher at can be pretty fun sometimes... 🌎🇸🇪
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Aus Rivers Institute Jul 29
Have you read our Deputy Director's opinion piece on the rise of dangerous algal blooms in the latest ARI Magazine yet? 'Last years Red Tide event in Florida is the tip of the iceberg' Find it on page 5 of the April edition.
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Aus Rivers Institute Aug 6
Another interesting topic and speaker presenting at one of our ARI Seminars on the .
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Aus Rivers Institute Jul 23
Want a small update on some of the amazing work the team at the project are doing? Well, put together this short article just for you!
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Aus Rivers Institute Jul 29
Have you read our Deputy Director's opinion piece on the rise of dangerous algal blooms in the latest ARI Magazine yet? 'Last years Red Tide event in Florida is the tip of the iceberg' Find it on page 5 of the April edition.
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Aus Rivers Institute Jul 21
'Excess nitrogen (N) leading to the eutrophication of water and impacts on ecosystems is a serious environmental challenge. Wetlands can remove significant amounts of N from the water, primarily through the process of denitrification.'
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Aus Rivers Institute Jul 23
Want a small update on some of the amazing work the team at the project are doing? Well, put together this short article just for you!
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Aus Rivers Institute Jul 23
A great example of some of the innovative and project.
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Aus Rivers Institute Jul 8
'Our findings suggest that the successful management of the iconic predator, the , should consider both flow and other key factors such as maintenance to support their prey.'
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Aus Rivers Institute Jul 9
'...we’re 12 months into this 4 year project and have already created new understanding and tools in three crucial areas: indicators, and blue ,' writes on the project.
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Aus Rivers Institute Jul 21
'Excess nitrogen (N) leading to the eutrophication of water and impacts on ecosystems is a serious environmental challenge. Wetlands can remove significant amounts of N from the water, primarily through the process of denitrification.'
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Aus Rivers Institute Jul 1
A recent guest from on Catchment to Coast, 'Assessing Deltas in Canada: We all live downstream'
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