A Griffith-led study on the influence of pollution on the sex ratio of clutches of green sea turtles has found that it may compound the female-biasing influence of rising global temperatures
A collaboration between Griffith University and the Carpentaria Land Council Aboriginal Corporation is training groups of Traditional owners to take the lead monitoring and safeguarding fresh & marine waterways in the Gulf of Carpentaria
A new Griffith study has developed a metric to describe the relationship between flow and water quality to understand the response of waterways to flood events
Can we turn our catchments and cities green, and make our waterways blue by 2032, and if so, how?
Particles from tyre wear were found to be the most prevalent microplastic in urban stormwater
Is flood pollution causing turtle strandings? Griffith researchers look for answers in cell response
Researchers at the Australian Rivers Institute are investigating the role chemical pollution had in green turtle strandings on the Fraser Coast following flooding in early 2022.
Griffith researchers shed new light on how cyanobacteria blooms can continue long after their food source disappears.