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Beesley LS, Killerby-Smith S, Gwinn DC, Pusey BJ, Douglas MM, Novak PA, Tayer TC, Keogh CS, Kennard MJ, Canham CA and Setterfield SA (2022) 'Modelling the longitudinal distribution, abundance, and habitat use of the giant freshwater shrimp (Macrobrachium spinipes) in a large intermittent, tropical Australian river to inform water resource policy', Freshwater Biology 00:1– 16, https://doi.org/10.1111/fwb.14009.
Duke NC, Mackenzie JR, Canning AD, Hutley LB, Bourke AJ, Kovacs JM, Cormier R, Staben G, Lymburner, & Ai E. (2022) ENSO-driven extreme oscillations in mean sea level destabilise critical shoreline mangroves—An emerging threat. PLOS Clim 1(8): e0000037. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pclm.0000037
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McMahon JM, Hasan S, Brooks A, Curwen G, Dyke J, Ange CS, Smart JCR. (2022) ‘Challenges in modelling the sediment retention ecosystem service to inform an ecosystem account – examples from the Mitchell catchment in northern Australia’, Journal of Environmental Management 314:115102, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2022.115102.
Kiatkoski Kim M, Douglas MM, Pannell D, Setterfield SA, Hill R, Laborde S, Perrott L, Álvarez-Romero JG, Beesley L, Canham C and Brecknell A (2022) ‘When to use transdisciplinary approaches for environmental research’, Frontiers in Environmental Science, 10:840569, https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2022.840569.
O’Mara K, Venarsky M, Stewart-Koster B, McGregor G, Schulz C, Marshall J, Bunn SE and Kainz MJ (2022) ‘Trophic transfer of lipids and fatty acids across habitats in tropical river food webs’, Freshwater Biology, 00:1–19, https://doi.org/10.1111/fwb.13889.
Molinari B, Stewart-Koster B, Malthus TJ and Bunn SE (2022), ‘Impact of water resources development on connectivity and primary productivity across a tropical river floodplain’. Journal of Applied Ecology, 59:1013–1025, https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.14111.
Bangalang N-g, Nadji J, Nayinggul A, Nadji S, Nayinggul A, Dempsey S, Mangiru K, Dempsey J, McCartney S, Mairi Macdonald J. and Robinson CJ (2022) ‘Understanding Indigenous values and priorities for wetlands to guide weed management actions: lessons from the Nardab floodplain in northern Australia’s Kakadu National Park’, Ecological Management and Restoration, 23:105-116. https://doi.org/10.1111/emr.12542.
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O'Mara K, Fry B, and Burford M (2022) 'Benthic-pelagic mixing of trace elements in estuarine food webs', Marine Environmental Research, Volume 173.ISSN 0141-1136, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marenvres.2021.105511.
Duvert, C, Canham, CA, Barbeta, A, et al. Deuterium depletion in xylem water and soil isotopic effects complicate the assessment of riparian tree water sources in the seasonal tropics. Ecohydrology. 2021;. Accepted Author Manuscript. e2383 https://doi.org/10.1002/eco.2383
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Canham, C. A., Beesley, L. S., Gwinnn, D. C., Douglas, M. M., Setterfield, S. A., Freestone, F. L., Pusey, B. J., & Loomes, R. C. (2021). Predicting the occurrence of riparian woody species to inform environmental water policies in an Australian tropical river. Freshw Biol., 00, 1– 13. https://doi.org/10.1111/fwb.13829
Villacorta-Rath C, Hoskin CJ, Strugnell JM, Burrows D. 2021. Long distance (>20 km) downstream detection of endangered stream frogs suggests an important role for eDNA in surveying for remnant amphibian populations. PeerJ 9:e12013 https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.12013
Waltham, N. J., & Schaffer, J. (2021). Will fencing floodplain and riverine wetlands from feral pig damage conserve fish community values? Ecology and Evolution, 00, 1– 13. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.8054
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This website describes the eDNA approach and features a game for kids to test their knowledge of Gouldian Finch eDNA. Developed in partnership with Inspired NT.
Ndehedehe, C.E., Onojeghuo, A.O., Stewart-Koster, B., Bunn, S.E., & Ferreira, V.G.. 2021. Upstream flows drive the productivity of floodplain ecosystems in tropical Queensland, Ecological Indicators, Volume 125, 2021, 107546, ISSN 1470-160X. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2021.107546.
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See Hub research used to help inform the water plan on pages 49–51, 55.
See Hub research used to help inform the water plan on pages 24, 33, 36 & 37.
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Delivering research findings to stakeholders Hub research has found that reduced flows for Gulf of Carpentaria rivers could mean less […]
16-year collaboration wins two Territory Natural Resource Management Awards We’re honoured to have won not one but TWO Territory NRM […]
As the water at a wetland’s edge retreats, exposed sediments provide rich habitat for ground-dwelling invertebrates like beetles, mites, springtails […]
We are delighted to let you know that we’ve publicly released our free collection of 100+ northern Australia symbols for […]
A river’s health relies on its relationships with people and other life. The findings of collaborative research between Nyikina […]
Each year, monsoonal rains reconnect the channels, wetlands, floodplains and estuaries of the Fitzroy River in the west Kimberley, reinvigorating […]
It’s Science Week! We’ll be sharing a few videos about our research in the Gulf of Carpentaria this week. The […]
In the Gulf of Carpentaria, wet season floods replenish river channels and floodplain wetlands, and kickstart the growth of algae […]
Algal biofilms – submerged, nutrient-dense mats of single-celled algae – form the basis of many aquatic food webs. New Hub […]
How sensitive are riparian trees to contaminated mine water? Associate Professor Sam Setterfield (UWA) and Adam Bourke (CDU) in the […]
Northern Australia March 2020 update. Read about the Hub’s coronavirus pandemic response in our latest eNews, as well as our […]
Aquatic field surveys in northern Australia are expensive, difficult and often dangerous, especially when saltwater crocodiles are present. But new […]
Research in northern Australia means being ready for anything, which the environmental water needs for the Mitchell River project team […]
Hub researchers recently met for a workshop with NT Government policy-makers and regulators to share relevant research and solicit feedback […]
Northern Australia November 2019 update. As end of the Hub draws nearer, this eNews updates you on how we are […]
Australian freshwater crocodiles (Crocodylus johnstoni) are the largest freshwater predators on the continent. They are widespread across the northern tropics […]
Prawns, barra and shorebirds; cyclones, mud and floods: it’s been a busy six months for Hub researchers investigating how river […]
The project team investigating fish movement and sensitivity to contaminated mine water in the Top End’s Magela Creek have been […]
Maintaining water flows in Australia’s northern rivers is essential to conserve the diversity of freshwater fishes and the health of […]
We’re all part of that river, we drink one water from the one main rainfall. Everybody. – Mervyn Street These […]
Going fishing always comes with its share of stories, and it’s no different when the fishing is for research! The […]
Hub researcher Jim Smart (Griffith University) was invited to present his team’s work on economic trade-offs at a Northern Australia […]
A revised look at tidal wetlands in remote northern Australia has uncovered a surprising new understanding of their responses to […]
5200 kilometres is a long way to go to share NESP Northern Hub research, but it was worth the distance…! […]
Gulf rivers and productivity links New research has investigated the potential effects of river flow regulation on catches of the […]
Working with Indigenous rangers in north Queensland Hub researchers Dr Justin Perry and Dr Norm Duke were invited to join […]
Northern environmental economic accounting Healthy ecosystems benefit our economic prosperity and social wellbeing and it’s important that decision-makers recognise the […]
Researchers from three Hub projects were asked to present at the recent Queensland Water Planning Science Forum – this event […]
A new Hub project is adding value to and enhancing four existing Hub projects in the Fitzroy catchment through transdisciplinary […]
Queensland Hub researchers were among the first scientists to hear about an innovative new monitoring method that uses fatty acids […]
2019 Northern Australia Research With several projects wrapping up and new research getting underway, 2019 will be a busy year […]
Prawns and barramundi make a great seafood platter, but what are the connections between these species and river flows to […]
It’s been all action on the Mitchell floodplains in far north Queensland, with researchers, local rangers and pastoralists working together […]
Wagiman Traditional Owners from the NT’s Daly River region have travelled to Sydney to present the results of a 13-year […]
River flows in northern Australia support healthy ecosystems that provide a wealth of economic, social and cultural goods and services […]
The Ranger uranium mine is due to cease operations in 2021 and the site will be rehabilitated by 2026. Knowledge […]
With a fearsome reputation as a ‘hypercarnivorous apex predator’, you would expect estuarine crocodiles (or ‘salties’ as we call them […]
WA’s Fitzroy River catchment is recognised for its outstanding natural and cultural heritage, but perhaps less so for its significant […]
The National Native Title Conference was held in Broome on Yawuru lands from 5-7 June. The conference brought together native […]
Large feral animals such as pigs and buffalo cause significant damage to aquatic ecosystems across northern Australia, affecting biodiversity, ecosystem […]
Every year, migratory shorebirds travel extraordinary distances from as far as the eastern parts of Siberia to the Australian coast. […]
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be an environmental scientist working in northern Australia? This 50-second video provides a glimpse […]
The value of Indigenous Ecological Knowledge (IEK) has been highlighted in a summary for policymakers addressing land degradation and restoration […]
Effectively managing natural resources depends on the people who are involved in the management process. Often, large and complex social […]
Northern Hub researcher Justin Perry (CSIRO) recently travelled to Canberra with Sandy Whyte (Aak Puul Ngantam APN), representatives of the […]
What better time to celebrate World Wetlands Day than after the Top End’s wettest January since 1904? The Northern Hub […]
The wetlands and floodplains of the Archer River support outstanding biodiversity, provide many ecosystem services and have significant Indigenous cultural […]
Researchers from two Northern Hub projects joined Nyikina Mangala Traditional Owners, Yimardoo Warra Rangers and staff from the WA Department […]
In northern Australia, detecting aquatic species can be difficult, labour-intensive and expensive, due to factors such as remote locations, expansive […]
Flowing west across nearly the entire width of Cape York Peninsula – from the Great Dividing Range to the broad […]
The Daly River is one of the treasures of the Territory. One of the few northern rivers that flow year-round, […]