February 7th, 2017
Climate change in WA's south-west was discussed in depth on ABC Radio National’s Science Show, featuring views from a number of Murdoch University researchers, students and alumni.
December 10th, 2013
The public is invited to download a new smartphone application to record marri canker and Quambalaria shoot blight (QSB) from Geraldton to Albany.
July 12th, 2010
Carter’s Freshwater Mussel, the only mussel known to inhabit freshwaters of south-west Western Australia, is in serious decline.
June 17th, 2010
Western Australia’s unique freshwater fish are in trouble, say scientists at Murdoch University’s Centre for Fish and Fisheries Research.
February 4th, 2010
Murdoch University’s fish scientists have discovered a new species of Pygmy Perch in Western Australia.
Drs David Morgan and Stephen Beatty of Murdoch’s Centre for Fish & Fisheries Research said the discovery of a new species of freshwater fish was the first such find in the south-west in over 40 years.
December 7th, 2009
Murdoch University scientists have found the state’s South-West unique freshwater fish populations are reducing, with a number being listed as endangered.
According to Murdoch University’s freshwater fish experts Drs David Morgan andStephen Beatty the combination of habitat change, decline in water quality andintroduction of exotic fishes has had a major impact.
November 21st, 2009
Murdoch University researchers with the South-West Marine Research Program (SWMRP*) are investigating multiple deaths of dolphins over the last two years within the inner waters around the city of Bunbury. These inner waters encompass the Leschenault Estuary and Inlet, the Inner and Outer Harbour, and the Collie and Brunswick Rivers.