TAG: Professor Steve Cooper
Desert “time capsules” of biodiversity support ancient, but at-risk, fauna
The Great Artesian Basin (GAB) spans almost a quarter of Australia’s landmass and is one of the largest underground freshwater sources on Earth. Basin water is concealed from the outside world by a layer of impermeable rock, but at the margins of the GAB, this layer is thinnest and allows water to seep above ground […]
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ARC success for EI Researchers!
In the ARC Funding round announced this morning, Environment Institute researchers received: 1 Discovery Indigenous,1 DECRA,1 Linkage Infrastructure Equipment and 5 Discovery Grants. Congratulations to Environment Institute leaders and members involved with the following successful ARC grants. Dr Ray Tobler has been awarded a Discovery Indigenous for the ongoing Aboriginal Hair Project with the SA […]
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News story: SA Museum research shows Mount Lofty Ranges bandicoots need room to mingle
Professor Steve Cooper, Principal Researcher at the SA Museum and an affiliate of the University of Adelaide was recently interviewed for a news article about his research into the southern brown bandicoots’ inability to easily move around the SA landscape to mix and breed with other bandicoots. The three main areas these bandicoots are found […]
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