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15 Feb 2016
Novel developments in genomics, bioinformatics and spatial ecology mean there has never been a more exciting time to be a biodiversity scientist.
17 Mar 2015
The Atlas of Living Australia is a collaborative, national project that aggregates biodiversity data from Australia’s academic, scientific and environmental...
4 Feb 2015
The spatial analysis of biodiversity distribution patterns can help answer questions in conservation, biogeography and macroecology.
4 Feb 2015
Dr Angela McGaughran in adaptation and population genomics, and has a particular interest in understanding the ways in which natural populations respond to...
21 Jan 2015
A lizard's behaviour has the potential to expose it to selection, thereby impelling evolution, or to shield it from environmental variation, which can...
11 May 2014
Australia has unique biodiversity and amazing natural systems with which to test mechanisms driving diversification and speciation.
9 Sep 2013
The identification and location of climatic refugia is crucial for the conservation of biodiversity in the fate of ongoing global warming
26 Aug 2013
Biodiversity in freshwater ecosystems is under threat, difficult to monitor and underrepresented in biodiversity monitoring and conservation planning.
25 Aug 2013
The capability for establishing thousands of markers randomly throughout the genome provides outputs that have allowed for unparalleled progress in...
1 Jan 2013
The Australian arid zone provides a unique opportunity to see how organisms responded to major climatic change
12 May 2012
On no other continent does a single group of plants dominate the landscape as eucalypts do in Australia.