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By Andrew Campbell, Director, Research Institute for Environment and Livelihoods at Charles Darwin...
First published in The Conversation 19 May 2015 Looking over Palmerston and the East Arm of Darwin...
First published in The Conversation Authors: Andrew Campbell Director, Research Institute for...
By Andrew Campbell Originally published in The Conversation TERN operates a number of flux towers...
We investigated the conservation status of the eucalypt taxa and communities of northern Australia...
I was delighted in mid-2013 to receive an invitation from the European division of the...
“What do you have to do to get a transformational policy reform accepted and, in retrospect, be...
Despite having a fever and feeling pretty bad, Nelson is about to get on his motorbike and ride for...
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.
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...
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...
A recent book published by CSIRO Publishing outlines the status of threatened invertebrates and...
The announcement by the federal Government that savanna burning methodology has now been officially...
I am delighted that our new research institute now exists on the web.

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