Long-term changes to water levels in Thirlmere Lakes
CES researchers have found that serious declines in water levels in the three Thirlmere Lakes are the result of coal mining operations. ...
Arid field season off to a roaring start in 2016
The 2016 field season has kicked off with a big start for researchers in the Landscape Ecology group at the CES. This March they have two field trips of 3-5 weeks to arid regions of Australia. You can read updates on these trips here ...
Platypus Conservation Initiative
There is mounting evidence that populations are declining due to multiple stressors, including habitat loss and fragmentation and poor river management ...
Feather Map of Australia
A joint research project between the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) and the University of NSW (UNSW), we are enlisting “citizen scientists” to gather bird feathers from inland wetlands. ...
Improving technologies for inland aquaculture in Papua New Guinea
Collaborating farmers with Genetically Improved Farmed Tilapia (GIFT) produced using better management practices disseminated by the ACIAR project team ...

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 Fowlers Gap
-The Fowlers Gap research team joins CES

 

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Foraging and Habitat Ecology of the Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoo

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Project Commencement: July 2016 (Semester 2)

You may have seen them slowly flapping in small to large flocks, or heard their distinctive, loud call around Sydney. But what do we know about the Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoo?

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