Category Archives: ResearchBytes

Plant adaptation under a changing climate

Many plants, and trees in particular, have been standing where they are today for 100s and even 1000s of years. How have they been able to cope with the changing conditions over such a long time? Will this intrinsic ability … Continue reading

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Biodiversity hotspots in South Australia

Six major biodiversity hotspots have been identified across South Australia, including Western Kangaroo Island, Southern Mount Lofty Ranges, Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara lands, Southern Flinders Ranges, Southern Eyre Peninsula and the Lower South East. However  each of these areas is also … Continue reading

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Biodiversity Brief newsletter – first issue

The first issue of our Biodiversity Brief newsletter is out, and we’re quite proud of it. A lot of work went into it, from Andy, Stefan Caddy-Retalic, Matt Christmas, and myself, and I’d also like to give a special paean … Continue reading

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