New climate records shows droughts and floods happened more often in Brisbane’s past than currently believed
The impacts of pollution can be measured by looking at the types of habitats on coral reefs.
More must be done to meaningfully respond to Aboriginal peoples’ water rights claims. PhD researcher Lana Hartwig explains.
By Man Xiao In a new study, we found that more than 1130 freshwater ecosystems, including lakes, rivers, reservoirs, ponds, across all continents except for Antarctica, have had severe cyanobacterial (blue-green algal) blooms in the last three decades. Over 80% systems were found dominated by the potentially toxic Microcystis species. As the most common freshwater […]
New postdocs to work on the GLOW project to promote healthy marine ecosystems
We are hiring for 3 new positions.
In the Paris Agreement, mangroves in Mexico were measured as terrestrial forests and the large stocks of carbon in their soils were not included.
By Dr Ryan Burrows This Wednesday is the International Day of Forests. Forests are so important for humanity and the planet that the United Nations General Assembly declared that 21 March of each year is to be observed as the International Day of Forests. Forests have many benefits. They are home to 80% of the […]
By Dr. Liz O’Brien our research development manager, provides advice on how to build lasting relationships with research funders
The 19th annual meeting of the Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network (GLEON) took place at the beautiful Lake Mohonk, about 150 km north of New York City. Here is a report from Dr Marieke Frassl and Man Xiao