New Griffith University research has revealed a 71% decline in tiger sharks across Queensland’s coastline.
Reef-building algae have a unique molecular makeup that could help future coral reefs to withstand climate change, a world-first study published today in Scientific Reports has found.
Griffith university staff and students will rub shoulders with global water experts at next month’s Water Future Conference in Bangalore India. The conference, organised by the Griffith University-based Sustainable Water Future Programme and the Indian Institute of Science, will see the Griffith University’s Australian Rivers Institute and the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science’s the Water […]
Survey finds 70% of respondents would back reallocation of water to Aboriginal communities.
Wetland Wanders, a Griffith University project, unites art, science and technology in an exhibition exploring the rich diversity of Queensland’s wetlands.
Great Barrier Reef fish communities feel the affect of 2016 ocean heat wave.
Research conducted in Rocky Mountain streams has found that streams full of dead trees were healthier than clean streams.