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Media release: Temporary extinction reprieve for some frogs

Australian scientists have good news for frog conservation ─ there may be longer than expected time to intervene before climate change causes extinction of some species. The scientists used new methods for modelling the threat of climate change on frogs in tropical north-eastern Australia and showed that, at least for some species, there is likely […]

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Media release: Invasive insects cost the world billions per year

Ecologists have estimated that invasive (non-native) insects cost humanity tens of billions of dollars a year – and are likely to increase under climate change and growing international trade. Researchers from the University of Adelaide in Australia and CNRS and Paris-Sud University in France have compiled the first comprehensive and robust database of the global […]

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Media Release: Population policy to impact emissions targets

Current immigration rates into Australia, and associated projected population growth, will make greenhouse gas emissions targets even more difficult to achieve in the future, a University of Adelaide-led study has found. Published in the journal Asia and the Pacific Policy Forum, Professor Corey Bradshaw (University of Adelaide) in collaboration with Professor Barry Brook (University of […]

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eScience. Going with the genetic flow

The sustainable harvest of sharks requires and understanding of population structure and connectivity in order to define fisheries stocks. Learn about how collaborative research by Claudia Junge, Bronwyn Gillanders and Corey Bradshaw are using DNA sequencing to provide fisheries advice, to ensure the nation’s shark populations are managed sustainably in the future. Read more in […]

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Bellagio Academic Writing Resident Fellowship

Professor Corey Bradshaw (Sir Hubert Chair of Climate Change, School of Biological Sciences and Environment Institute) has been awarded a prestigious Bellagio Academic Writing Resident Fellowship from the Rockefeller Foundation. It is a joint award with Professor Paul Ehrlich (Stanford University) to write a book about a sustainable future of human wellbeing, while based at […]

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Podcast: Ganging up on fossils

Fossil finds are a vital source of evidence, not just for the origin of species, but for establishing environmental and climate history as well. A new project at the University of Adelaide, lead by Professor Corey Bradshaw, brought together talented researchers from many disciplines to develop new approaches to fossil finding. One of whom, Dr […]

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Media Release: New models predicting where to find fossils

An international team of scientists have developed a way to help locate fossils of long-extinct animals. Using the estimated ages and spatial distribution of Australian megafauna fossils, the team from University of Adelaide in Australia and Kiel University in Germany built a series of mathematical models to determine the areas in the country most likely […]

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Podcast: Species diversity a key to infectious disease resistance

Professor Corey Bradshaw has had a unique opportunity to look at species diversity in a natural environment, high on the Tibetan plateau. Corey and his team investigated the connection between biodiversity and infectious diseases, uncovering important data not only to support biodiversity for better agricultural outcomes, but also in relation to human health. He spoke to Radio […]

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Podcast: The flowers of the field

How do plant pathogens spread? Is species diversity a help or hindrance? Professor Corey Bradshaw has been on the Tibetan plateau engaged in some remarkable theory testing activities. Why did he go to Tibet? He was recently interviewed by Ewart Shaw from Radio Adelaide. Listen to the podcast  

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Media Release: Biodiversity brings disease resistance: novel study

A novel study of a Tibetan alpine meadow has shown a clear link between higher biodiversity and greater infectious disease resistance. The researchers say it provides further strong evidence that maintaining biodiversity among the world’s species should be a high priority. Published in the journal Ecology, Australian and Chinese researchers from the University of Adelaide […]

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