A quarterly compilation of the regional and national media coverage received by ILWS members. (compiled with the assistance of CSU Media. Latest CSU News
The latest edition of RipRap Edition 35: Restoring Rivers and Wetlands to Life includes an article by Margrit Beemster on pages 22 – 24 “A stream of Scientific Research” on our Water SRA research projects in the Edward-Wakool and Murrumbidgee River Systems
PhD student Camen Amos, who is researching frogs in the Lachlan catchment, was mentioned as a guest speaker at an upcoming landcare workshop at Frogmore in the Booroowa News, March 8 & 13, Cowra Guardian, & Canowindra News, March 13. Carmen was also spoke on 2GO News about the endangered Southern Bell Frog on March 19 and featured in the web-based Word News on March 19.
Research by ILWS researchers (including Prof John Hicks) has found that a decade of development in China provides little support for the so-called ‘pollution haven’ hypothesis as reported in the on-line news service Industry Search, March 13, and National Radio News, March 15.
A story about IFISH being filmed in Deniliquin, a project which includes ILWS researchers working with the Murray CMA and NSW Department of Primary Industries-Fisheries, featured in the Pastoral Times, March 15.
Institute adjunct Dr John Mullen was listed as a member of a Crawford Fund taskforce established to receive sub missions on investment in agricultural research for global rural development and food security, in the Weekly Times, March 20.
Institute adjunct Dr Kevin Warburton’s story about the three second memory of fish being ‘rubbish” is still making the rounds! There was an article on the Kanabec Country Times, March 27.Check it out at http://www.presspubs.com/kanabec/opinion/columns/article_f4c7956e-9719-11e2-a7e5-001a4bcf887a.html Then it was picked up by Babe Winkelmann, March 28 http://www.winkelman.com/publisher/fishing/2013/3/27/Are-Fish-Smart
NextGen CIO curriculum
Story about A/Prof Mark Frost, head of CSUs School of Management and Marketing, and his involvement in the NextGen CIO curriculum, appeared on ZDNet, April 5
A story about a meeting of environmental educations (held under the auspices of the Regional Centre of Expertise –Murray Darling) with Dr John Rafferty was on 2AY, April 11