News: Environmental Science
New technologies to play vital role in discovering and documenting all unknown Australian species by 2050.
Researchers are concerned video sharing platforms could be contributing to the normalisation of exotic pets and encouraging the exotic pet trade.
People living on the east coast of Australia have been experiencing a rare meteorological event. Record-breaking rainfall in some regions, and very heavy and sustained rainfall in others, has led to significant flooding.
Four primary schools in regional South Australia have discovered and named new species of wasps as part of a new citizen science project led by the University of Adelaide.
Researchers demonstrate that climate change is responsible for the changes in the flow and water volume of rivers globally.
New research questions whether the health benefits of green space exposure may in part be a result of avoiding light at night.
University of Adelaide researchers have found no evidence of water hoarding, or a clear source of speculative behaviour, driving Murray-Darling Basin water price rises.
Wildlife ecologists are helping the recovery of habitat devastated by the recent Adelaide Hills bushfire, which is home to endangered species and wildlife.
University of Adelaide researchers are using new surveillance tools to identify the illegal trade of exotic animals and plants.
Top honours for innovative and collaborative research by two of University of Adelaide’s leading spatial scientists.