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The Society for Ecological Restoration’s (SER) 5th World Conference on Ecological Restoration is...
Moored to a stick at slack tide on the Adelaide, a strong and steady blip is puncturing static...
Paper can’t kill you, arcane filing systems can’t kill you and illegible handwriting can’t kill you...
Nigel Turvey is often spotted in forest habitats in Queensland and Sulawesi.
From Sumba to Darwin and, later this month, Paris, she has been busy presenting preliminary...
Mila Bristow and Bronwyn Myers visited RIEL PhD student Kamy Melvani in Sri Lanka last week.
In lieu of the recent decision to cease funding to the award-winning conservation program GhostNets...
There have been some interesting goings-on at Litchfield National Park over the last fortnight.
RIEL adjunct Dr Heather Aslin is co-editor of a new book published by Charles Darwin University...
RIEL's Professor Stephen Garnett discusses assisted colonisation as a climate change adaptation...
There are 6.3 billion mobile connections globally, with 90% of the world’s population having some...
Lead researcher Dr Lisa Petheram of ANU (and formerly RIEL), along with RIEL’s Dr Natasha Stacey...
“People have been having this conversation about our project for decades,” reveals RIEL Research...
“It was a dream PhD for quite a while, up to the second three years of writing and revisions.” Luke...
Fresh PhD graduates are symbols of hope: little beacons of promise that glimmer across the dark sea...
In February this year, RIEL colleague Hmalan Hunter-Xenie and I travelled to Mindanao in the...
What do tropical fire ecologists do when they choose to experience a European winter for their...
In early March a RIEL team spent a busy, productive week in Indonesia to progress the nascent...
Among all the goings-on in Canberra last week, the undoubted highlight was the launch on Friday of...
The discovery of leech eggs in oyster shells set a young Charles Darwin on a stellar path in 1827.

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