Monthly Archives: July 2014

Fillers, spillers and thrillers on the roof top of QUT

Susan Loh, a creative and enthusiastic Architect with an incredibly green thumb and love of the environment, and I launched a new roof top garden last week investigating the benefits of increased biodiversity for key ecosystem functions, insect diversity, biomass … Continue reading

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Logic the key to Lake Eyre Basin clean-up

Please check out our article in Ecos magazine http://www.ecosmagazine.com/paper/EC14025.htm  

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Harvesting as an alternative to burning for managing spinifex grasslands in Australia

Exciting new publication led by Harshi Gamage University of Queensland We know so little about our very special and widespread endemic grass Spinifex (Triodia spp.). Harvesting of this species close to desert settlements is being considered for sourcing biomaterials for … Continue reading

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