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Micro chipped fish feed data appetites of river users

Monday 7 Aug 2017

CSU fish scientists are working with partners to make public a huge database of information on native fish living in rivers across southern Australia.

Majority of irrigators want living, healthy rivers: CSU experts

Wednesday 26 Jul 2017

Senior ecologists at CSU believe the majority of irrigators in southern Australia are doing the right thing and are not pumping excessive water from the southern Murray Darling Basin. But they also believe there is room for improvement.

Coastal wetlands needed to resist climate change

Tuesday 20 Jun 2017

An internationally recognised CSU researcher has shown that the decline of some coastal wetlands around Australia can be attributed to climate change, rising sea levels and current water and land management practices.

Parasite discovery prompts call for more research

Friday 9 Jun 2017

The discovery of a parasite in carp in the Murray Darling Basin has prompted a CSU scientist to call for more research before the release of the carp herpes virus.

How Indigenous leaders translate global talk into local action

Monday 22 May 2017

Two CSU researchers are collaborating with an international researchers and Indigenous leaders to investigate how Indigenous leaders draw on their inner cultural resources to better their and other communities worldwide.

Politics and economics to impact 2017 Budget

Monday 8 May 2017

CSU has a number of experts available to comment on the 2017 Federal Budget.

New regional businesses need better support

Tuesday 2 May 2017

CSU experts in starting up businesses in regional areas worldwide believe these start-ups need and deserve more support than their city cousins.

Involving older people in aged care education

Tuesday 11 Apr 2017

A new research project at CSU aims to develop a resource to help older people share their experiences of ageing with those who are training to work in the aged care sector.

Fish ear bones to map migration

Monday 10 Apr 2017

Small bones inside a fish's ear will be used by CSU researchers to map the journey of migratory fish in the Mekong Delta in South East Asia.

Tool to bridge the communication divide

Thursday 6 Apr 2017

A CSU researcher has developed a tool to help multicultural research teams find the best ways of communicating with colleagues in developing countries.

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