ARI Emeritus Professor Angela Arthington, Attending the 21st International Riversymposium (IRS) held in Sydney (Darling Harbour) earlier this year was a personal highlight. This symposium is famous for its diverse and inclusive program on the theme of global river basin science and management. Delegates come from far and wide, from river managers to policy developers, […]
By Dr Man Xiao On 24 Oct 2018, and aligning with the International Day of Climate Action, the Australia Rivers Institute at Griffith University hosted the first ever online cyanobacterial Twitter Conference (Twitter hashtag: #cyanoTC2018). It was a success, with 22 presentations from all over the world covering: modelling, experimental and field studies, cyanotoxin measurement […]
“We found that prawns collected closer to shore had higher concentrations of potential pollutants” says Dr Munroe
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
New research published in Nature finds coral reef fish respond directly to warming
Climate change has asymmetrical effects on grazing across tropical and temperate oceans explains Ryan Pearson
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 […]
The impacts of pollution can be measured by looking at the types of habitats on coral reefs.
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
“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.