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TESS’s Penny van Oosterzee recognized as top science-writer

TESS’s Penny van Oosterzee recognized as top science-writer

The Best Australian Science Writing 2018 draws on the knowledge and insight of Australia’s brightest authors, journalists and scientists to challenge perceptions of the world we think we know.

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TESS’s Bill Laurance is quoted in the New York Times, world’s top newspaper

TESS’s Bill Laurance is quoted in the New York Times, world’s top newspaper

Scientists Warn That World’s Wilderness Areas Are Disappearing

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Tessian's Fabio Roque and Yoko Ishida proposes the importance of monitoring Networks to evaluate biodiversity conservation in Brazil

Tessian's Fabio Roque and Yoko Ishida proposes the importance of monitoring Networks to evaluate biodiversity conservation in Brazil

A brief review of ongoing Brazilian national initiatives that would allow the construction of a general biomonitoring network scheme in protected areas; with additional focus on linking independent monitoring schemes.

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TESS's Lori Lach is Highly Commended at JCU TropEco's Sustainability Awards for her work on Yellow Crazy Ants

TESS's Lori Lach is Highly Commended at JCU TropEco's Sustainability Awards for her work on Yellow Crazy Ants

Working on  Yellow Crazy Ants in Tropical Northern Australia and working closely with a broad range of stakeholders on this important issue.

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In world’s best journal, TESS’s Bill Laurance argues that many planned infrastructure projects should be stopped

In world’s best journal, TESS’s Bill Laurance argues that many planned infrastructure projects should be stopped

Scientists must call out — not merely greenwash — infrastructure building that will ruin environments, lives and economies, urges William Laurance.

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TESS's Lain Pardo shows how much oil palm can be grown without impact mammal communities in Colombia

TESS's Lain Pardo shows how much oil palm can be grown without impact mammal communities in Colombia

As oil palm plantations continue to expand in Latin America, identifying critical transitions in land use, at which animal communities can be drastically altered, is crucial for conservation planning.

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Drought experiment led by TESS’s Susan Laurance celebrated along with Daintree Rainforest Crane

Drought experiment led by TESS’s Susan Laurance celebrated along with Daintree Rainforest Crane

This week marks the twentieth birthday for the towering crane that stands at the heart of James Cook University’s Daintree Rainforest Observatory (DRO) at Cape Tribulation

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Dramatic TESS video shows real risks of the Belt & Road avalanche

Dramatic TESS video shows real risks of the Belt & Road avalanche

Earth's environmentally riskiest venture ever undertaken?

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TESS team shows that Amazon forests can’t keep up with climate change

TESS team shows that Amazon forests can’t keep up with climate change

Research co-led by a James Cook University professor suggests the Amazon rainforest is changing fast—but not fast enough to keep up with climate change.

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