Revolutionising environmental monitoring using eDNA
Environmental DNA (eDNA) is a game-changer for monitoring biodiversity. New Australian/New Zealand guidelines for working with eDNA will support end-users taking up this exciting technology.
Untangling the deep-rooted relationship between trees and fungi to reverse dieback
Does the relationship between trees and fungi hold the key to regenerating and protecting our eucalypts from widespread forest dieback?
Understanding biodiversity in water resource assessments in northern Australia
Northern Australia contains diverse and important river and coastal systems with high natural values including species and habitats of national […]
Answering the question: where is that species found?
It’s becoming more important than ever to know where plants and animals live, and why. A CSIRO researcher who has been in the field for decades is encouraging everyone to take a fresh look.
New light on native pollinators
For many decades Australia’s native pollinators have lived in the shadow of the honeybee. In this article, we shine some light on the intricate roles of a group of tiny moths that pollinate boronias.