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In December, 2011, several staff members were forwarded information from Dr Stephen Wyatt (...
We recently hosted a meeting of the DVCRs and the directors of research offices of the seven...
After three full-on days in Washington DC (blog) it was a delight to be picked up at my hotel by...
Wearing my two main hats as Director of RIEL at Charles Darwin University and as chair of the...
Within RIEL's Coastal and Marine Ecology & Management theme, the Environmental Analytical...
Although we might not like it, the cane toad is now a resident of the Top End, and this handsome...
Last week I had the privilege of taking up an invitation from the Department of Foreign Affairs and...
Watch RIEL researcher Dr Sam Setterfield and Adjunct Prof David Bowman of the University of...
I recently came across a very interesting piece which I think is worthy of sharing.
In late April I participated in an international conference called K* 2012 convened by Dr Alex...
The use of satellite data for mapping and monitoring has become an important tool assisting...
A recent book published by CSIRO Publishing outlines the status of threatened invertebrates and...
Over several years now we have run training workshops for indigenous people in the Top end who want...
As well as being a senior research associate at RIEL I also run a consultancy, Big Gecko, which...
The announcement by the federal Government that savanna burning methodology has now been officially...
Last October I visited Hasanuddin University, in Makassar, southwest Sulawesi — one of the myriad...
John has studied the fauna and flora of the Top End of the Northern Territory for almost 30 years.
The endemic subspecies of this owl Ninox novaeseelandiae undulata was reduced to a single lonely...
My assessments on a particular bird – the bush stone-curlew; and more specifically what the...
Insecticides are inferior to weaver ants when it comes to protecting orchards.

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