A CSU social work academic has conceptualised and guided the development and publication of a new international journal of social work with a focus on the Asia-Pacific.
Macadamia trees are under siege from a native parasite, the mistletoe, and a CSU expert in mistletoes was asked to provide advice on its control in commercial orchards.
While land wildlife such as elephants, rhinos and tigers regularly capture global attention the upcoming World Wildlife Day this Sunday 3 March reminds us that life below the world’s oceans make a vital contribution to sustainable development.
A group of Pakistani water management and technical experts is visiting CSU in Albury-Wodonga to investigate the local water management techniques adapted for southern Australia’s dry climate.
CSU native fish ecologist Dr Lee Baumgartner has been appointed to the scientific panel advising the Federal Minister on recent fish deaths in the Darling River.
Recent native fish deaths at Menindee are symptoms of a global malaise says world leading wetland ecologist at CSU, Professor Max Finlayson.
With heat waves becoming the new normal in Australia, spare a though for native animals, struggling to find places to live.
Deer numbers in Northeast Victoria have exploded in recent years as humans and deer compete for space and resources in the region, and a CSU researcher is investigating the human side of the problem.
Four CSU graduands will be honoured for their research studies when they receive their Doctors of Philosophy at graduation ceremonies in Albury on Wednesday 19 December.
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