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Thinking outside the box

Tuesday 29 Jan 2019

With heat waves becoming the new normal in Australia, spare a though for native animals, struggling to find places to live.

A good plan to help Darling River fish recover exists, so let’s get on with it

Wednesday 23 Jan 2019

After recent major fish kills in the Darling River, two experienced freshwater ecologists at CSU have called for less blame and more action on enacting an existing, agreed plan to protect native fish in the Murray Darling Basin in The Conversation.

CSU Research: Winegrapes feeling the heat

Tuesday 22 Jan 2019

As inland Australia braces for more hot weather, a researcher from the National Wine and Grape Industry Centre (NWGIC) is studying the impact of heat waves on the physiology and composition of Shiraz grapes.

CSU and NSW SES and Fire and Rescue unite for paramedic simulation

Monday 21 Jan 2019

Charles Sturt University (CSU) Graduate Diploma of Clinical Practice (Paramedic) students last week took part in a car crash and night club explosion simulation, as part of their five-day residential school in Bathurst.

The Darling River Crisis: response from CSU experts

Friday 18 Jan 2019

The fish deaths in the Darling River at Menindee have resulted in devastating impacts on endangered fish populations and water quality.

With expertise in the ecological, social and economic impact of the crisis, researchers from Charles Sturt University’s Institute for Land Water and Society (CSU-ILWS) share their thoughts.

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Country kids missing out on essential health services

Wednesday, 13 Feb 2019

CSU and Royal Far West have joined with media outlet Nine Australian Community Media to advocate for improved services to children and families in rural and remote areas.

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