In the last 100 years we have lost around 60% of the world's known wetlands and more than 80% since the 1700s. Prof Max Finlayson reporting on the International River Symposium speaks on the challenges in moving beyond talk and into action in changing the way we manage our natural resources in an interview with Wandile Kallipa on Channel Africa Radio's Africa Midday show, Sept 21.
Do you know anyone considering doing a PhD in ecology or water or another area that fits with our Strategic Research Areas? ILWS is offering 2 HDR scholarships and applications are now open .
The Disappearing Goanna. Twenty years' of Accelerated Callus Growth obscuring the Design of A Carved Tree, Mungabareena Reserve, Albury (NSW), by A/Prof Dirk Spennemann explores the history of Mungabareena Reserve.
Incorporating anthropogenic effects into trophic ecology: predator–prey interactions in a human-dominated landscape is the latest paper by Dr Dale Nimmo et al in Royal Society Proceedings B
Cybersystemic Possibilities for Governing the Anthropocene A report by Luisa Perez-Mujica after attending the 59th Meeting of the International Society for System Sciences (ISSS) in Berlin, 2015
ILWS Annual Book Launch on Thursday, 29 October 2015 at The Gums, Albury-Wodonga Campus from 10.30 to 12 noon. This year the launch celebrates the release of 4 books.