"Restoration without animals is like gin and tonic without the gin; there’s something important missing, it doesn’t quite work, and it’s unlikely to achieve the desired outcome."
Do we have enough observational data to predict future hydrology? Perspectives from Lakes380
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IS REVOLUTIONISING MARINE MONITORING
WHAT WILL CLIMATE CHANGE MEAN FOR WATER STORAGES?
By Deputy Director David Hamilton Read Time: 421 words, 5 minutes. Recent funding from Water Research Australia to support a consortium of researchers to work on the effect that low reservoir levels has on water quality is providing impetus to better understand the effects of climate change of water storages. These storages are vital for [...]
Resilient reefs and resilient communities: how can we get there?
PREDICTING GLOBAL HOTSPOTS OF RISKS TO UNMONITORED SEAGRASS MEADOWS
Director’s Welcome to Edition 4 of the ARI Magazine
Australian Rivers Institute Director Professor Stuart Bunn. Photo Australian Rivers Institute. Author: Australian Rivers Institute Director Stuart Bun Magazine Link: Magazine - Read Time: 711words, about 6 minutes. After an unavoidable delay, I welcome you to this edition of the Australian Rivers Institute Magazine. Looking back over the past year, it is quite remarkable to [...]
Poor water quality and trawling take toll on seagrass
“With fisheries for example, seagrasses provide nursery habitat for juvenile fish and foraging grounds for about 25% of the world’s biggest fisheries. "We identified associations between pressures and measured changes in seagrass extent and found that seagrasses are especially under threat from poor water quality and destructive fisheries like trawling."