A world-first assessment of global wetlands finds conservation actions are lacking
Australians have learned much about managing extremes in water. We should share this knowledge with the global community writes Professor Stuart Bunn
We are proud that many of our members will be presenting at the World Science Festival in Brisbane 22-26 March. To help you find your way, we have prepared a few blogs about our World Science Festival events. Our focus will be on all things water. Professor Stuart Bunn will be participating in a discussion…
Coastal connections will be an important discussion topic at the World Science Festival in Brisbane
Locally threatened Northern River Blackfish are restricted to headwater habitats due to increasing stream temperatures
The concept of ‘Environmental Water Requirements‘ in Australia’s recent water reform places impossible demands on science and limits the capacity for adaptive and participatory water management…
We welcome a new post-doctoral researcher joining us from the USA
“Water managers are currently releasing water with the intention of emulating parts of the natural flow regime. My research aims to quantify some of the potential ecological benefits of these flow releases for freshwater fish,” says Mr Luke Carpenter.