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Karen's Recipe to Flip Not Flop

What does a flipped classroom look like? And is there a recipe to follow for success?

Eastern Indonesian Field Intensive 2014 a roaring success!

In a rural village in eastern Indonesia a young boy is playing with his younger sister in the dusty...

Darwin-IAN partnership beckons as scholars return home

The discovery of leech eggs in oyster shells set a young Charles Darwin on a stellar path in 1827.

The Eucalypts of Northern Australia: An Assessment of the Conservation Status of Taxa and Communities

We investigated the conservation status of the eucalypt taxa and communities of northern Australia...

Converging Insecurities - a Berlin keynote

I was delighted in mid-2013 to receive an invitation from the European division of the...

The dynamics of ‘sticky’ environmental policy reform

“What do you have to do to get a transformational policy reform accepted and, in retrospect, be...

Building community resilience to natural hazards - can northern Australia and eastern Indonesia learn from each other?

Despite having a fever and feeling pretty bad, Nelson is about to get on his motorbike and ride for...

Taking the bite out of crocodiles

Crocodiles have what many consider a rather off-putting character trait: they bite.

Natural resources and Indigenous Livelihoods Intensive

The unit covers a range of key topics under this banner and is delivered as an intensive over five...

One world conference, three pioneering professors and a whole lot of layers: Jill's jam-packed research jaunt to North America

In early October I travelled to the USA to present my work on the ecohydrology of mine site...

ARPNet Dilly Bag in Ngukurr

Dean Yibarbuk is one of the directors of the Aboriginal Research Practitioners’ Network (ARPNet)...

Charles Darwin, Evolution & Tropical Australia

Charles Darwin never visited tropical Australia, but thanks to his former HMS Beagle shipmates, he...

Nusa Tenggara Timur Travelogue

Three of Indonesia’s easternmost islands in Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT), the closest to the Top End,...

Recent survey discovers significant population of the endangered Northern River Shark

From 26 September to 03 October 2013 these surveys documented a previously unrecognised significant...

How to get a 100,000 year record of environmental change

The field trip was part of an Australia Research Council-funded project which has been obtaining...

Segura all set for SER2013 World Conference

The Society for Ecological Restoration’s (SER) 5th World Conference on Ecological Restoration is...

Tracking threatened sawfish down the Adelaide (while trying not to look like croc bait!)

Moored to a stick at slack tide on the Adelaide, a strong and steady blip is puncturing static...

In the British Library...

Paper can’t kill you, arcane filing systems can’t kill you and illegible handwriting can’t kill you...

Beware introducing novel organisms! A tale of well laid plans and unintended consequences

Nigel Turvey is often spotted in forest habitats in Queensland and Sulawesi.

Free Open-Source Geospatial and Natural Resource Management in Eastern Indonesia

From Sumba to Darwin and, later this month, Paris, she has been busy presenting preliminary...

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