“Metal toxicokinetics and toxicodynamics in developing anurans: how metamorphosis influences metal burdens”
If there is too much sediment and nutrients, delivered by floods from land-based erosion, algal blooms can occur that have negative effects on the Great Barrier Reef
“Arctic rivers are some of the most pristine in the world and supply 11% of the world’s river flow, but they are rapidly changing due to climate change and other human impacts” says Dr Ryan Burrows from the Australian Rivers Institute at Griffith University.
Climate change has asymmetrical effects on grazing across tropical and temperate oceans explains Ryan Pearson
The Brisbane Declaration has been renewed. “More than ever, we need to ensure that our environment is getting the water it needs”, explains Emeritus Professor Angela Arthington
We are seeking a postdoctoral fellow in Aquatic Ecology to work on wetlands science and environmental accounting. The person will be supervised by Dr Chris Brown and work with Dr Mark Kennard and Professor Rod Connolly to bring together two projects. This is a 2 year position. Applications close 30th July. Apply here, read more […]
May 22 is the International Day for Biological Diversity and researchers at the Australian Rivers Institute are trying to better protect freshwater biodiversity
“New Zealand was paving the way for the creation of protected marine areas, however after 30 years of establishment the country is falling behind” explains Laura Griffiths.
Restoring riparian habitats can offset stream warming and help protect a threatened Australian fish species
Incorporating species traits into systematic conservation planning can lead to more adequacy, explains Emilia Decker.