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- ABC News (03 Feb 2023) Calls to ban cats roaming Perth CBD to protect native fauna
- UWA News (31 Jan 2023) Unexpected benefits from pollinators at edges of second-growth forests
- Nature Ecology & Evolution blog (30 Jan 2023) Unexpected beneficial effects of forest edges on pollinator networks
- The Perth Voice (28 Jan 2023): Kings Park push for cat laws
- National Geographic (21 Jan 2023): Invasive ants are a bigger threat than we thought
- UWA News (10 Jan 2023): Tiny ants big news when it comes to hitch-hiking across the planet
- Mongabay (12 Dec 2022): How many ants live on Earth? At least 20 quadrillion, scientists say
- ABC Radio Western Australia Country Hour (10 Oct 2022): Myrtle rust in Western Australia
- ABC News (21 Sep 2022): Ants! It turns out there are 20 quadrillion of them on Earth — or 2.5 million per human
- Smithsonian Magazine (21 Sep 2022): An estimated 20 quadrillion ants live on earth
- NBC News (21 Sep 2022): Earth’s ant population of 20 quadrillion outnumbers humans by 2.5 million times, study finds
- CBS News (20 Sep 2022): 20,000,000,000,000,000 ants are crawling around Earth, researchers find, weighing more in total than all birds and mammals combined
- CNN (20 Sep 2022): Scientists have estimated how many ants there are on Earth. Clue: it’s a lot
- The Conversation (20 Sep 2022): Earth harbours 20,000,000,000,000,000 ants – and they weigh more than wild birds and mammals combined
- The Washington Post (19 Sep 2022): Scientists have calculated how many ants are on Earth. The number is so big it’s ‘unimaginable.’
- ABC Radio Victoria, Mornings with Jonathon Kendall (08 Jul 2022): Using genetic biocontrol to control feral cats
- CSIRO Blog (14 Jun 2022): Leading women in STEMM shine to benefit future generations
- Australian Marine Parks News (20 Sep 2021): Scientists complete first-ever Ashmore Reef health check
- Ecos (17 Sep 2021): What treasures did we find at Ashmore Reef Marine Park?
- UWA Forward (10 Sep 2020): Study finds New Guinea most plant-rich island in the world
- Australian National Imaging Facility (09 Sep 2020): Micro-CT of re-regeneration in lizard tails
- Efetur (27 Aug 2020): Nueva Guinea, el reino de las orquídeas
- Panamá América (21 Aug 2020): Nueva Guinea es el reino de las orquídeas
- Science News (18 Aug 2020) New Guinea has more known plant species than any island in the world
- The Conversation (12 Aug 2020) ‘Majestic, stunning, intriguing and bizarre’: New Guinea has 13,634 species of plants, and these are some of our favourites
- South Africa Today (08 Aug 2020) New Guinea has the most plant species of any island
- Cosmos (07 Aug 2020) New Guinea home to richest island flora: co-ordinated effort finally reveals true number of species
- CSIROscope (07 Aug 2020) New Guinea: most botanically-diverse island in the world
- Bioengineer (07 Aug 2020) The last unknown
- Nature Today (06 Aug 2020) Nieuw-Guinea: eiland met de meeste plantensoorten ter wereld
- ZME Science (06 Aug 2020) New Guinea is the island with the greatest plant diversity in the world
- Blick (06 Aug 2020) Neuguinea ist die Insel mit den meisten Pflanzen weltweit
- BBC News (06 Aug 2020) ‘Paradise island’ hosts untold botanical treasures
- The Guardian (06 Aug 2020) New Guinea has greatest plant diversity of any island in the world, study reveals
- Daily Mail (06 Aug 2020) Flower power: New Guinea has the greatest variety of plants of any island in the world with more than two-thirds of its species only growing in that region
- Welt (06 Aug 2020) Forscher: Neuguinea ist Insel mit größter Pflanzenvielfalt.
- The Guardian (06 Aug 2020) New Guinea has greatest plant diversity of any island in the world, study reveals
- Le Point (05 Aug 2020) La Nouvelle-Guinée serait l’île avec la plus grande diversité végétale au monde
- Mongabay (05 Aug 2020) New Guinea has the most plant species of any island
- El País (05 Aug 2020) El jardín del mundo
- Phys.org (05 Aug 2020) New Guinea has the world’s richest island flora
- Science Daily (05 Aug 2020) New Guinea has the world’s richest island flora
- Nature News & Views (05 Aug 2020) An inventory of plants for the land of the unexpected
- IFL Science (17 Jul 2020): It turns out lizards don’t just replace lost tails, sometimes they grow extras
- World Economic Forum (30 Apr 2020) Insects populations have been declining for nearly 100 years, study reveals
- Parks Australia Science Atlas (29 Apr 2020) All hands on deck! It takes a lot of science to protect an ocean oasis
- The Conversation (24 Apr 2020) Insects: worldwide study reveals widespread decline since 1925
- CSIROscope (22 Apr 2020) Ashmore Reef: an island refuge of underwater wonders
- WABSI (06 Apr 2020) New research program to help mitigate cat impacts on biodiversity
- Taz.de (06 Mar 2020) Glühwürmchen in Gefahr
- The Guardian (05 Mar 2020) Glowing, glowing, gone: plunge in glow-worm numbers revealed
- ECOS Magazine (28 Feb 2020) Understanding complex interactions the key to the freshwater croc’s future
- Landscope Magazine (28 Feb 2020) Voyage to protect an ocean oasis
- Phys.org (17 Dec 2019) The long tale of a lizard’s regrown tail
- AZO Cleantech (17 Dec 2019) Curtin study uncovers the long tale of a lizard’s regrown tail
- Curtin Univeristy Media Release (17 Dec 2019) Curtin study uncovers the long tale of a lizard’s regrown tail
- Divayina Newspaper (3 Nov 2019) A life studying crocodiles (Text in Sinhala)
- Mongabay (6 Oct 2019) EU market a factor as Sri Lanka pulls its punches on protection for lizards
- The Sunday Morning (30 Sep 2019) Bringing to light the creatures of the dark.
- Mongabay (23 Sep 2019) Sri Lanka eyes lucrative charismatic species to save lesser-known ones?
- Inside Science (23 Aug 2019): How the last dragons survived extinction
- Parks Australia Science News (23 Jul 2019): Ashmore Reef Marine Park: an Indian Ocean oasis
- CSIROscope (27 May 2019): Are Australian snakes really the most dangerous in the world?
- The Guardian (26 May 2019): Snake mistake: CSIRO says it’s a myth that Australia is home to world’s deadliest species
- The Sydney Morning Herald (26 May 2019): Snake mistake: Myth busted: CSIRO says Australia’s snakes are not the world’s deadliest
- Perth Now (26 May 2019): Australian snake myths busted by CSIRO
- South China Morning Post (23 Mar 2019): ‘I preferred animal underdogs’: the snake expert helping Nat Geo bust Hollywood serpent myths
- Nat Geo Wild and FOX Action Movies (10 May 2019): Snake!
- The Guardian (26 May 2019): CSIRO says it’s a myth that Australia is home to world’s deadliest species
- Limelight Magazine (29 Mar 2019): A performance for our planet (Perth Symphony Orchestra)
- ArtsHub (27 Mar 2019): Review: Perth Symphony Orchestra: a performance for our planet
- Perth Symphony Orchestra Soundcloud (20 Mar 2019): A Performance for our Planet with Dr Bruce Webber
- ABC Radio National (31 Jan 2019): Baobabs: the travelling tree
- Asian Scientist (21 Jan 2019): Termites help forests weather drought
- National Geographic Italia (14 Jan 2019): Così le termiti proteggono le foreste dai cambiamenti climatici
- Mongabay (10 Jan 2019): Termites help to protect tropical forests during drought, study finds
- Science (10 Jan 2019): Surprise: these termites are good for trees
- EurekAlert (10 Jan 2019): Termites mitigate effects of drought in tropical rainforest
- Science Daily (10 Jan 2019): Termites mitigate effects of drought in tropical rainforests
- AAAS (10 Jan 2019): Termites protect tropical rainforests during drought
- Northern Pictures for Channel 9 and PBS (27 Jul 2018): Outback: cane toad impacts on freshwater crocodiles
- The West Australian (23 May 2018): Weed threat to Pilbara national parks
- ECOS Magazine (30 Jan 2018): Celebration of life in the forests of Borneo
- Science Daily (17 Nov 2017): European forests might not be realizing their full potential
- ABC Radio Country Hour (22 Aug 2017): The Pilbara weeds database (from 34 mins)
- Mount Hawthorn Primary School (17 Aug 2017): Science week showcases STEAM!
- EurekAlert (15 Mar 2017): Better barcoding: new library of DNA sequences improves plant identification
- ABC Rural (18 Jan 2017): Drone unleashed on weeds threatening crocodile nesting areas in the Kimberley
- ABC Rural (15 Dec 2016): Mission to find biological control for major weed stinking passionflower in northern Australia
- The West Australian (01 Sep 2016): Stinking Pilbara passion vine to get the chop
- Government of Western Australia (01 Sep 2016): Funding for scientists to combat Pilbara weed
- Ocean Whispers (15 Oct 2015): Guide to the Sea Snakes of the Kimberley Coast of Western Australia
- Le Monde (31 Aug 2015): Editer la nature
- Europe Solidaire Sans Frontieres (31 Aug 2015): Editer la nature: CRISPR-Cas9, une nouvelle technique de génie génétique
- ABC Kimberley (18 Aug 2015): Call out for citizen scientists to help study Kimberley sea snakes
- Insect Genetic Technologies RCN (17 Aug 2015): Cas9 gene drive & classical biological control
- Technology.org (17 Jul 2015): Tree coring: only a flesh wound?
- ECOS Magazine (16 Jul 2015): Tree coring: only a flesh wound?
- ABC Landline (06 Jul 2015): Weeding out
- Rangelands NRM (16 Mar 2015): Kimberley weed priorities and strategies discussed at inaugural forum
- Science Network WA (21 Feb 2015): Mechanical hoof tests effect of livestock on native snail populations
- The Sunday Times (15 Feb 2015): On a historical hunt for crocs and baby bait
- Science Network WA (15 Feb 2015): Increased farming intensity links to nutrient spillover
- Daily Mail Australia (05 Sep 2014): One of the most detailed crocodile surveys attempted underway at a remote gorge in Western Australia’s Kimberley
- ABC News (04 Sep 2014): Crocodile survey underway in WA’s Kimberley ahead of cane toad arrival
- Frontier Helicopters (5 Jun 2013): CSIRO rainforest survey by helicopter
- The Conversation (11 Apr 2013): Two million species and counting: completing the catalogue of life
- The Subiaco Post (29 Dec 2012): Plants linked to diversity on earth
- Phys.org (13 Dec 2012): For every species of mammal, 300 arthropod species lurk in the rainforest
- Mongabay (13 Dec 2012): Rainforests teem with insects, most of which are unknown, finds study
- The Conversation (06 Sep 2012): What is a native and why should we care?
- ABC Science (05 Sep 2012): You’re not from around here, or are you?
- ECOS Magazine (27 Aug 2012): When is a native not a native?
- The Australian (27 Aug 2012): Native or not, that is the question
- UWA University News (21 Aug 2012): When is a native not a native and what should we do about it?
- The Guardian (23 Mar 2012): Blood, sweat and fears: the research scientists in Borneo’s rainforests
- The Conversation (13 Jun 2011): With rapid global change, what is a native species?
- ScienceWatch.com (12 Jun 2007): New Hot Papers Jan 2010: Global change and species interactions in terrestrial ecosystems
- Nature News (12 Jun 2007): Why some animals are shy of habitat corridors
- New Scientist (12 Jun 2004): The Daintree Ryparosa and the cassowary