The official launch of the Institute's two major environmental water monitoring projects funded by the Commonwealth Environmental Water Office (CEWO) was held on Wednesday, February 18 at the Albury-Wodonga campus.
Professor Vann said the projects "ticked all the boxes" in terms of what research he would like the University to be delivering. "These projects in particular are great examples of projects that are collaborative across universities, with government, with industry and with communities...they're absolutely focussed on real, practical and tangible outcomes for the environment and the community and are great from every perspective. They're 'poster children' of where I'd like research at CSU to be at." (Pic taken by David Thorpe, Border Mail)
"Protected Area Governance and Management" is a new ebook in which Institute Director Professor Max Finlayson is a supporting author of a chapter on 'Managing Freshwater, River, Wetland and Estuarine Protected Areas' .
Is there a stuffed Murray Cod in your local watering hole? ILWS researcher Dr Humphries needs your help to find stuffed Murray cod in pubs around the Murray-Darling Basin.
Brush Turkeys rule not Kiwis, a new journal article by Prof Dave Watson has found the the champion status of kiwis as egg laying giants may not be warranted.
Withdrawing from agrarian livelihoods: Environmental migration in Nepal, is the latest publication by Adjunct Dr Popular Gentle.
SEGRA Conference 20 - 22 October 2015 (Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia) Hosted by CSU in Bathurst. Save the date.