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25 March 2019

What happens to a swamp (wetland) when you dig a longwall coal mine beneath it?

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19 March 2019

A UNSW Sydney project to tackle one of the world’s most difficult environmental problems has received a $779,000 grant in the latest round of...

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14 March 2019

Rivers running dry, algal blooms, more fish kills and towns running out of water will all continue to plague the next NSW government if it...

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8 March 2019

A new study looking at variations in past sea ice cover in the Norwegian Sea found the shrinkage and growth of ice was instrumental in several...

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4 March 2019

World Wildlife Day on March 3 in the United Nations calendar is a global annual event that raises awareness of the world’s wild animals and plants...

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28 February 2019

Two UNSW academics have been honoured by Australian Academy of Science for their research on the impact of ocean currents on the global climate...

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27 February 2019

Since colonisation, a dizzying array of Australia’s native species and ecosystems have been...

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26 February 2019

As a leading authority in marine ecology, Professor Emma Johnston is a prominent advocate for more women at the top tiers of science.

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19 February 2019

A species of beach daisy from South Africa has undergone substantial and unexpected changes since arriving in Australia in the 1930s, a new study...

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13 February 2019

There is no conclusive evidence that the Australian dingo was once domesticated, UNSW scientists reveal, challenging the notion that the animal is...

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