Women on the water
JCU Senior Researcher Katie Chartrand was 1 of 15 women to set sail on a six-day expedition to the Great Barrier Reef as part of Great Reef Census, a citizen science conservation project.
Lantana - A pretty plant let loose
Janine Evans researched the wild history of weeds in Australia for her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) thesis. She shares how a pretty garden plant, lantana, could become a destructive weed of national importance in Australia.
Landscapes and Waterscapes
Are roads ruining nature?
Roads help to connect communities, but they are leaving habitats in fragments. JCU PhD Candidate Jayden Engert is researching methods to mitigate the environmental impacts of road expansion.
Why coastal wetlands have global attention
Coastal wetlands are vital to our seascapes, landscapes, marine life, and even our lifestyles and livelihoods. However, our urban development has put these unique ecosystems in jeopardy.