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Mangroves are so special they have their own carbon: Blue carbon. Blue carbon is the carbon...
Benjamin, a local Timorese fisherman, alongside a melon-headed dolphin off Atauro Island, Timor-...
Yogyakarta, 24th April 2018 — Policymakers, civil society organizations, private sectors, and...
This is a modified version of a blog article published on the WorldFish blog, The Fish Tank , on 15...
Most of us struggle with our scientific writing. Especially when we have a complex story to tell...
Why is there no grass in Caatinga? Caatinga is a mosaic of deciduous scrubland and dry forest that...
During the 29 th September to 02 nd October, 2017, over 150 participants from different parts of...
Natasha Stacey, Pia Harkness and Dirk Steenbergen recently attended the 8 th MARE – People and the...
The Daly River fish monitoring program has just turned 12 years old! In June, the field team (Assoc...
Mangroves are among the most valuable natural habitats in South-East Asia, due to the vast range...
Many shark species possess biological traits, such as long lifespans and small litter sizes, which...
During the second week in May, a dozen academics from five universities (CDU, ANU, UWS, UNDANA, UHO...
Stronger than we thought - A drone’s eye view of Tanjung Panjang – Memories of a fisherman (8...
I recently conducted a workshop on Ecosystems and Indigenous and Local Peoples Well-being, at the...
Assessing Mangrove Forest Landscape Restoration Opportunity From the Field in Gorontalo, Sulawesi:...
The rainy season has well and truly set in. I left West Timor in November 2016 after 7 months...
RIEL PhD student Vidushi Thusithana won the second place in the poster session at the Restore,...
Congratulations to Daisy Lippiatt and Shannon Burchert who were sponsored by the Northern Territory...
Mary River, NT 17-19 October 2016 On a hot and humid day in late October, 17 postgraduate students...
Part One: Blue Carbon I was graciously invited by CIFOR and Conservation International to attend...

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