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 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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