Susan Laurance (JCU), Dagmar Meyer Steiger (JCU), Scott Ritchie (JCU), Mark Geyle (TSRA), Vic McGrath (TSRA); Improved mosquito disease detection and prevention of spread in the Torres Strait; Wednesday 5th November.
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Related to Project 10.2
18 July 2014
A new approach to measuring biodiversity has uncovered some biologically important but currently unprotected areas in Western Australia, while confirming the significance of the world heritage listed Wet Tropics rainforests in the country's north-east.
In a paper published yesterday (Friday 18 July) in Nature Communications, scientists from CSIRO, University of California, University of Canberra, the Australian Tropical Herbarium at James Cook University and University of New South Wales applied the new method to Australia's iconic Acacia. Read more