News: Environmental Science
Ocean acidification predicted under continuing high CO2 emissions may make cooler, temperate waters less welcoming to tropical fish.
Ever wanted to attract native reptiles, bees and birds to your backyard?
Some species of fish will have higher reproductive capacity because of larger sex organs, under the more acidic oceans of the future.
University of Adelaide scientists have produced the first ever echidna genome and a greatly improved, high-quality platypus genome sequence.
School of Biological Sciences and TERN researcher joins latest cohort of brilliant women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Palaeontologists have helped shed an evolutionary light on a 500-million-year-old deep sea creature.
University of Adelaide marine ecologists are among a team of scientists awarded a Eureka Prize for their research towards rebuilding Australia’s lost shellfish reefs.
Research shows some native migratory fish species are now thriving after an earlier threat of extinction.
Researchers have uncovered, for the first time, the extent of impact that buffel grass has on the environment in arid Australia.