As we enter the year of the Rooster we wanted to celebrate our collaborations with Asia. We asked some of our international students and staff who work in Asia to write about their cross cultural experiences, either coming to Australia, or going overseas to work with international collaborators. Here are the blog posts: International student […]
Sunny Yu came to Australia to learn about how we can use data to better manage rivers
Jing Lu came to Australia as a student from China, but already knows the ropes of ecological restoration
By Catherine Leigh We all want healthy rivers. They provide us with fresh water and food, they bring us peace and enjoyment, and a huge variety of plants and animals call them home. Achieving and maintaining healthy rivers takes effort. One of key ingredients is monitoring. Just like us, rivers need regular check-ups to make […]
Juan Tao moved from China to study the lung fish, a species that is unique to Australia.
By Catherine Leigh And it’s not just your average database. The Intermittent River Biodiversity Analysis and Synthesis (IRBAS) database is the first of its kind made specifically to store and provide access to biodiversity and environmental data collected from intermittent rivers all over the world. And guess what, it’s free! Why is this such big […]