university of tasmania

The squeeze is on: Struggling plants contend with more fire and slower growth

June 2nd, 2015

Banksia hookeriana

The one-two punch of hotter, drier climates and increased fires may leave plants caught out, threatening species existence in biodiversity hotspots worldwide, including Australia’s south west and regions of California.

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Giving coastal communities the tools to deal with climate change

October 21st, 2014

A new online planning tool will help coastal communities determine where their strengths and vulnerabilities lie in terms of climate change and give them the knowledge to prepare for the future.

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Preparing Geraldton for environmental change

September 6th, 2012

The Geraldton community is invited to offer insights from September 24 to 28 into how environmental change is affecting their region as part of a national study.

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