New method alleviates access issues and expense involved in rock art expeditions in remote locations.
Some people regardAustralia’sOutback as an empty landscape. So vast is its expanse, it’s easy tofeel overwhelmed by one’ssmallness within it. However, there is no emptiness in Professor Paul Tacon’s Outback. He loves it as a teeming place, one rich in sights, species and especially stories; thousands of them painted on the ancient rocks to record […]
Australian Rivers Institute
A team of researchers from Griffith University’s Australian Rivers Institute is taking part in a biodiversity survey of the waterways and wetlands in Kakadu National Park. Tropical river scientists from across Australia are involved in the project, forming the Northern Australia hub of the National Environmental Research Program. The scientific team is working in collaboration […]