The late Quaternary paleorecord, within the past ∼130,000 years, can help to inform present-day management of the Earth's ecosystems and biota under climate change.
Here are the stories of University of Adelaide scientists and science graduates in the news this week.
University of Adelaide researchers uncover new biochemical mechanism fundamental to plant life.
University of Adelaide scientists find growing evidence that marine ecosystems will not cope well with rising sea temperatures caused by climate change.
Scientists gain new knowledge about how hormones regulate plant growth.
Scientists have sequenced the genome of the tuatara – a rare reptile whose ancestors once roamed the earth with dinosaurs.
University of Adelaide scientists have been awarded more than $1.5 million to study environmental and climate change, but in vastly different contexts.
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