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Long term monitoring has revealed that the rainforest biodiversity of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area is declining, largely due to climate change.
A major objective of the CBA is to exchange knowledge, perspectives and challenges amongst scientists and policy makers, and find ways to effectively engage,...
This kind of public gathering of species data has the great advantage in increasing community awareness and the skills of individual observers. Participants...
"To me, it was like the coral bleaching event for the mainland," Professor Moritz said.
The Australian's 2018 Research magazine uses the huge volume of information available online to create a unique view of Australia’s best researchers and...
Real-world outdoor gaming app wins the Eureka Prize for Innovation in Citizen Science
Educating remote Aboriginal leaders of tomorrow
It is with great sadness that we share the news that CBA member, Director of the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) Dr John La Salle, died tragically earlier
Time is running out to capture Australia’s biodiversity, but we have a plan.
It's always exciting to see what animals exist in your surroundings, even in an extremely urban space such as a uni campus.
The strategy falls a long way short of what’s required and contains significant flaws. It contains no firm commitments or measurable targets, and overlooks a...
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