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Research tests artificial bark and Riverina arboreal lizard populations
LATEST NEWS  1 Jul 2022

Research tests artificial bark and Riverina arboreal lizard populations

Research by a Charles Sturt University student is helping to define arboreal lizard populations in the Riverina flood plain and test the usefulness of artificial materials for them to shelter under.

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Struggling to learn a language? Six tips on how pop songs can help
OPINION  30 Jun 2022

Struggling to learn a language? Six tips on how pop songs can help

Is it time to ditch the text books and turn on the radio instead? Researchers look at the benefits of pop songs in learning another language.

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Professor Lee Baumgartner

SPECIALTY TOPICS: Freshwater fisheries, Fish passage and migration, Aquatic ecosystems, Riverine ecology

Lee is a freshwater fish ecologist who designs, supervises and undertakes research and advises on various aspects of the biology and ecology of freshwater fish and river management issues.

He has more than 20 years of research and consulting expertise on fish passage, fish migration, fish kills, flow ecology, invasive species, re-stocking and reducing the impact of human disturbance on aquatic ecosystems.

More recently, Lee has been actively involved in research activities pertaining to sustainable irrigation and hydropower, and has expanded his activities to the lower Mekong Basin, Europe and South Africa.

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