A long-term Griffith University-led study has for the first time used biochemical tracers in whale blubber to track the diet of humpback whales.
Improved understanding of the social and cultural attitudes to water in the Murray-Darling Basin is the focus of a new ARC Special Research Initiatives grant.
The takeover of Southeast Asia’s grasslands with today’s rainforests contributed to the extinction of the region’s megafauna and ancient humans.
Growing concern about climate change has led to the appointment of an Australian-first board to help develop new strategies, partnerships and investment for climate action.
A world-first research project aims to understand how ocean changes influence the recovery of whale populations in the southern hemisphere.
Scientists have identified tracks left on an ancient freshwater lake in the Arabian Peninsula as the earliest trace of human arrival in the area from about 120,000 years ago.
For the first time Griffith University researchers will deploy a ‘hi-tech whale phone’ in Gold Coast waters to better understand the tail of the whale migration season.