Monthly Archives: August 2015

Among the plants

Originally posted on The People & Environment Blog:
Last week, we installed nine objects from the Museum’s collections in an exhibition at CSIRO Discovery in Canberra. These objects – including microscopes, a vasculum, and a billy-can – tell us much…

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Two new studies out yesterday, read about it in the Conversation

Protecting Australia’s Lake Eyre basin means getting our priorities right https://theconversation.com/protecting-australias-lake-eyre-basin-means-getting-our-priorities-right-44836 Australia’s Lake Eyre is perhaps best known as the continent’s largest lake, and for the rare floods that bring the desert to life. But Lake Eyre is much more … Continue reading

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