Happy new year!

12 January 2018

2017 was a busy year for the Hub and 2018 is shaping up the same way!

Our suite of 3–4-year projects that started in 2016 are well underway – read all the latest updates in our Hub eNewsletter or follow the links below for more information on these projects.

Two brand new projects kicked off last year, investigating environmental DNA (eDNA) methods in northern Australia and mangrove dieback in the Gulf of Carpentaria, and we’ll be sharing updates from this research in the coming months.

And stay tuned for details on some exciting new projects in the pipeline – subscribe to our eNewsletter and follow us on Facebook and Twitter so you don’t miss a thing!

Current projects due to wrap up in 2019-2020

Assessing mangrove dieback in the Gulf

Defining metrics of success for feral animal management in northern Australia

Developing eDNA methods for tropical waters

Environmental water needs for the Daly River

Environmental water needs for the Fitzroy River

Environmental water needs for the Mitchell River

Fire and weeds in the Top End

Indigenous NRM in Kakadu National Park

Indigenous water needs for the Fitzroy River

Kakadu National Park’s threatened species

Knowledge brokering for Indigenous Land Management

Links between Gulf rivers and coastal productivity

Managing savanna riparian zones

Multi-objective planning in northern Australia

Multiple benefits and knowledge systems of ILSMPs

Prioritising threatened species in northern Australia

Savanna carbon sequestration method

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