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Acoustic recorders to eavesdrop on Australian ecosystems

Ecologist researcher Professor Dave Watson is a member of an ARC discovery grant project working to set up a national network of acoustic recorders to listen into Australian ecosystems.  
The story of  how soundscape ecology can reveal unseen stories of the natural world screened on Catalyst Tuesday July 12.

mangrove dieback Large-scale mangrove dieback "unprecedented"  Prof Max Finlayson, a member of Global Mangrove Watch, has been in discussions with the Australian based  Mangrove Watch regarding the problem of mangrove dieback in the Northern Territory and North Queensland.

Paul AmoatengBest Paper in Environmental Development 2015 Congratulations to Dr Patrick Cobbinah (ILWS Adjunct) and Mr Paul Amoateng (PhD Candidate) - their paper Rethinking sustainable development within the framework of poverty and urbanisation in developing countries. The paper will be open access until 8th January 2017

SEGRA 2016SEGRA 2016  26-28 October 2016 Albany Western Australia "Naturally Stronger Regions: Realising the Potential", Australia's premier conference on regional issues, is about assisting regional, rural and remote Australia to source and identify the techniques, skills and issues they need to address to achieve successful economic growth and development.