“It’s a completely suitable place for koalas to live. There’s no reason why they won’t stay here for a long time," says Professor Darryl Jones.
Environmental science in one of the foundation research disciplines at Griffith University. This grounding allows a depth and continuity of research that can literally help humans redesign their urban environment to be healthier to wildlife and help animals to change their behavior and help create better suburbs. This can have a dramatic impact on urban […]
Griffith University researchers have found that koalas are more clever than they thought them to be in a world-first study that tracked the Australian animal more comprehensively than ever before in suburban Brisbane. The Environmental Futures Research Institute team, made up of Cathryn Dexter, Justin Scott and Professor Darryl Jones, at Griffith verified 130 crossings […]
Researchers at Griffith, QUT and UQ have received grants for studies into koala health and population dynamics, thanks to a $3.2 million investment from the Queensland government. Professor Hamish McCallum from the Environmental Futures Centre is leading Griffith’s investigations into koala health and has received nearly $450,000 towards modelling that will assess the risk posed […]