Tahlia Perry is leaping from one win to another, following her recent trip to Perth to represent the University of Adelaide and the Environment Institute at Famelab, she has been interviewed on ABC Radio NSW. She spoke to Tim Brunero about the weirdest things about echidnas, which is the subject of her PhD. She mentions […]
Environment Institute member, ARC Future Fellow Dr Frank Reith has been busy with interviews on National radio lately. Dr Reith has been interviewed on Radio Adelaide speaking about ways to process the gold that currently goes to waste from electronics and the mining sector. He continued his National tour of ABC Radio, with his next […]
Environment Institute members Professor Sean Connell, Associate Professor Ivan Nagelkerken, and PhD candidate Silvan Goldenberg spoke to Radio Adelaide recently. They discussed their recently published work on how climate change could possible destabilise our coastal food webs, and what we can do to help. Listen to their full interview Radio Adelaide’s website, or read their […]
Professor Alan Cooper, Director of the Australian Centre for Ancient DNA and Giles Hamm, PhD Candidate from LaTrobe University were interviewed on ABC RN’s Science show last Saturday (14th of April). They talked about their recent discovery of a cave which contains the first reliably dated human interaction with mega fauna, over 49,000 years ago. […]
As part of the Sprigg Geobiology Seminar Series, Professor Chris Turney from the University of New South Wales presented a seminar on the 26th August, 2016 entitled “Testing the ocean bipolar seesaw: Using ancient New Zealand kauri (Agathis australis) to investigate the mechanisms of abrupt and extreme climate change” Abstract Contrasting Greenland and Antarctic temperature trends […]
As part of the Department of Ecology & Environmental Science Seminar Series Professor Bob Hill Executive Dean, Faculty of Sciences University of Adelaide, and Director, Environment Institute will presented a seminar entitled: Fire, Air, Earth, Water – the elemental drivers of the Australian vegetation. Abstract The living Australian vegetation is the end result of hundreds of millions of years of evolution, but […]
Radio Adelaide chats to PhD student Jack Tatler, although “dingo whisperer” would also be an apt title. Tatler is studying the role of dingos in the ecosystem. He studies both wild and captive dingos, equipping them with specialised GPS collars to track their every movement. Listen to the podcast to learn more about his research or read […]
Dr Zuzana Burivalova, postdoctoral research fellow from Princeton University, will presented a seminar on the 15th of July entitled “Using soundscapes to detect different degrees of tropical forest degradation”.
As part of the ACEBB Systematics workshop Dr John La Salle, Director of the Atlas of Living Australia at the CSIRO presented a seminar entitled “The Atlas of Living Australia: supporting biodiversity discovery, documentation and analysis”.
Australia is in the midst of a biodiversity crisis, the threats of which are exacerbated by the illegal pet trade. Pablo Garcia Diaz talks us through the enormous biosecurity threat that is posed by the importation of illegal pet reptiles. The importation of exotic reptiles to Australia poses a threat to our biodiversity, the risks […]