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Carbon farming could drive wetlands restoration

December 14th, 2011

From left to right: Rob Summers from the Department of food and Agriculture, Dr Robert Wochesländer and Jane O

A new study investigating the feasibility of restoring wetlands through the Carbon Farming Initiative has found the strategy could be environmentally and financially beneficial to landowners in the Peel-Harvey region.

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Science camp for Girl Guides

August 12th, 2011

Girl Guides from the Perth metropolitan area will be learning about estuarine fauna and the water cycle at a science camp led by Murdoch University academics.

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Carbon soil study could be green money-spinner

April 6th, 2011

Scientists from Murdoch University are investigating whether changes to the soil in the Peel region of Western Australia will increase the amount of carbon that can be stored there.

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New Professor tackles sustainable water issues

December 9th, 2009

New Professor tackles sustainable water issues

Helping secure a sustainable future for Western Australia’s water resources will be the focus for the inaugural Alcoa Chair in Sustainable Water Management at Murdoch University, Professor Richard Harper.

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