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Science for rivers, coasts and catchments. CRICOS No. 00233E
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Great to see involved in this international research network aimed at advancing our scientific understanding of rivers that dry
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Carmel McDougall May 18
Possibly the last leg of the great QLD oyster survey - thanks to my excellent volunteer for switching from to temporarily, despite the suboptimal weather
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Congratulations for receiving a National Geographic Explorer grant. We're looking forward to listening to your results 🐟🎤🎶
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Kylie Pitt Apr 27
...and here is the first Phyllorhiza puntata! You can just see its white spots beginning to appear. ,
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Aus Rivers Institute May 6
New ! talks us through an interesting fieldwork story and his latest research on loggerhead sea (Caretta caretta), which outlines new turtle tracking techniques that reduce tracking costs
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Aus Rivers Institute Apr 29
New ARI Magazine out now! Covering unique research, updates of our major projects and several opinion pieces from our leading researchers.
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Aus Rivers Institute Apr 28
New ! talks us through an interesting field story and his latest research on loggerhead sea (Caretta caretta), which outlines new turtle tracking techniques that reduce tracking costs
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Aus Rivers Institute Apr 29
New ARI Magazine out now! Covering unique research, updates of our major projects and several opinion pieces from our leading researchers.
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Kylie Pitt Apr 28
Join me at the up-coming Gold Coast 'Pint of Science' talk at Currumbin RSL where I will be discussing all things 'jellyfish'! Beyond the beach 20 May Coast
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Marieke Frassl Apr 29
It's a quick read, filled with links to recent modelling, coding and data papers: our paper discusses ways forward in aquatic ecosystem modelling of lakes and reservoirs. -J
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Fernanda Adame Apr 28
The Great Barrier Reef is not all about corals; wetlands are threatened by invasive species, water pollution and climate change. But we can fix this.
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Global Wetlands Project Apr 28
ICYMI published a new method to track sea turtles, by using the chemical signatures stored in barnacles growing on their shells.
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Fernanda Adame Apr 25
Ten years after abandoning aquaculture ponds in Bali, mangroves have recovered many of their carbon cycle functions on, , Photo by Rhett A. Butler /
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Aus Rivers Institute Apr 28
New ! talks us through an interesting field story and his latest research on loggerhead sea (Caretta caretta), which outlines new turtle tracking techniques that reduce tracking costs
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Simon Linke 🎤🐠 Apr 23
First PhD paper for Tshering Dorji in ! 🎉 Detailed case study of protected area dynamism reveals that global databases can underestimate events. Hydropower one of the key causes of in Bhutan. Thanks WWF for introducing the team!😀
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Melanie Roberts Apr 17
Looking for some light reading over the long long weekend? 's magazine has just come out. Grab the electronic version fr . Great articles about some of the many collaborations including with & .
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Aus Rivers Institute Apr 8
: talks about her trip to and reflects on her time as a so far at and , supervised by and is also now part of the
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Aus Rivers Institute Apr 15
Projects at ARI: is designed to inform coastal conservation. The team is developing new predictive science for mangrove, seagrass and saltmarsh habitats that links ecology, conservation planning and restoration feasibility Learn more:
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