New Paper published in Science

A new paper involving Environment Institute member Barry Brook as well as Susan Rule (Australian National University & James Cook University), Simon Haberle (Australian National University), Chris Turney (University of New South Wales), Peter Kershaw (Monash University) and Christopher Johnson (University of Tasmania) has recently been published in the journal Science.

Professor Barry Brook, one of the co-authors on the paper.

The paper titled ‘The Aftermath of Megafaunal Extinction: Ecosystem Transformation in Pleistocene Australia’, used a high-resolution 130,000-year environmental record to help resolve the cause and reconstruct the ecological consequences of extinction of Australia‚Äôs megafauna.

Read the paper to find out more about their fascinating results.

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