Emma Dale: On the trail of the Red Panda

Smiling Science graduate Emma Dale, holding a red panda.
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Griffith University alumnus Emma Dale knows a thing or two about the wild animals wolves, marmots, wild horses, red pandas and bears. Her work has seen here awarded was awarded the prestigious John Monash scholarship to attend the University of Oxford where she will study the behavioural ecology of carnivores with a focus on conservation and preservation.

Urgent action needed to protect world’s wetlands

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Griffith University researchers have highlighted the urgent need for more effective conservation measures in a world-first assessment of global wetlands and the increasing pressures they face. A study led by scientists in Griffith’s Australian Rivers Institute in collaboration with scientists from Canada, Spain and the USA has provided a consistent global portrait of inland wetland distribution, conservation […]

Who’s a pretty pollie? Counting cockatoos for conservation

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Ever wanted to do your bit to contribute to the environment and threatened species research? Citizen science allows you to do just that. This coming Sunday, October 30, marks the seventh year of the Glossy Black-Cockatoo Birding Day, an initiative of the Glossy Black Conservancy. Griffith researchers say the initiative will help them better understand […]