The world of teuthologists (squid scientists to you and I) has been all agog recently with the release of footage
Metrics of publication success are now a common feature of academic life. We are all familiar with concepts such as
Climate change threatens biodiversity across Australia, and South Australia is no exception – where the State is predicted to get
BoingBoing take on the perennial myth of redhead extinction in a short piece, which includes a link to a Stanford
The collection of ecological information in the field is essential for us to understand how Australian ecosystems work, and in
A guest post by Matt Christmas You’d be hard pressed to find many people who hold ants in high regard.
Australia has a long history of high quality ecosystem science research across multiple disciplines and over a wide range of
Edited notes from Research Tuesday public lecture 8th May 2012 It still seems amazing to me that we don’t really
Traditional cultures put a high value on biodiversity and ecosystems, because they derive direct benefit from them (food, shelter, medicines
Ecosystems are changing at a rate unprecedented in history, and new pressures are interacting to move systems into new states.