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The Northern Australia Environmental Resources Hub addressed key research questions to come up with practical, on-ground solutions to some of […]
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Northern Australia December 2020 update. We’re in the final months of the NESP Northern Australia Environmental Resources Hub and we […]
Teaming up for turtles Cloud and AI automate and accelerate turtle nest monitoring and predator tracking, allowing Indigenous rangers from […]
The University of Western Australia (UWA) will host a new Australian research hub to provide national leadership in threatened species […]
Northern Australia December 2020 update. We are delighted to share the news that the user-driven approach to research that has […]
For NAIDOC Week 2020, we highlighted some of our important collaborative research with Indigenous people across northern Australia. You can […]
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We are delighted to let you know that we’ve publicly released our free collection of 100+ northern Australia symbols for […]
It’s Science Week! We’ll be sharing a few videos about our research in the Gulf of Carpentaria this week. The […]
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Aak Puul Ngantam (APN) invited Hub researchers from CSIRO to run scientific activities alongside cultural activities run by senior Traditional Owners at a five-day […]
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Fire has been a critical component of Australian Aboriginal culture and resource management for millennia and today, where Aboriginal people conduct […]
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Two Northern Hub researchers travelled to Canberra in early November to highlight the impact of Hub research projects. Dr Helen […]
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Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) savanna projects allow land managers to minimise uncontrolled highly intense fires late in the dry season […]
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