Discover the important research currently being undertaken by postgraduate students at the School of Natural Sciences, Postgraduate Student Inaugural Symposium. Register to attend on Friday, 19 June 2015 from 8.30am at ECU's Joondalup Campus.
More species of reptile call Perth home than any city in the world but arsonists are putting our scaly citizens at risk according to new ECU research.
Luke Edwards will present a seminar on Friday, 29 May 2015 from 3.30pm at the Joondalup Campus in which he will provide an overview of research data management and the resources and opportunities that are available.
Dr Anna Callan and Mr Jonathon Boeyen will present results from their study at a seminar on Friday, 22 May 2015 from 3.30pm on the Joondalup Campus.
Groundwater entering the Mediterranean Sea could be 15 times greater than water entering the sea from rivers according to new research.
This course is for those who wish to gain practical skills in faun survey techniques and handling native animals. 30-31 March and 7-11 April 2015.
A major field trip by CMER researchers to South Australian Gulfs to core seagrass meadows will be used to reveal recent pollution history.
Seagrass experts come together for a 2 day workshop, December 2014.
In the last month, Dr Kathryn McMahon and Dr Christin Säwström from CMER conducted research in the Kimberley, based at the Kimberley Marine Research Station at Cygnet Bay.
Centre delighted to host three visiting researchers in the next few months.
School of Natural Sciences Masters by Research Student Caitlin Rae has just received $5,500 from Landskills WA to investigate the abundance of ghost crabs on beaches in WA’s Mid-West.
Shorebird habitats are being destroyed around the world but ECU research is showing that mine sites in WA’s Pilbara are inadvertently creating sanctuaries for the migratory birds.
New research led by Edith Cowan University has found seagrasses are like the ocean’s hitchhikers travelling for hundreds or even thousands of kilometres across the sea.
Feral domestic cats are a global threat to biodiversity and were recently named as the biggest threat to endangered Australian mammals.
The Rainbow Bee-eater is a sight to behold, gracing the sky with its splendid plumage of dazzling golden, emerald, and sapphire plumage, and bright red eyes.