At a glanceA challenge in assessing resilience of inland water environments is recognising resilience when it occurs, especially because Australian ecosystems have developed to be both resistant and resilient.
We can contribute to resilience by reducing extreme and detrimental ecosystem...
Southern bluefin tuna is an important apex predator (at the top of the food chain) in Australia’s marine environment. Juveniles aggregate in the Great Australian Bight during the summer, and subadults and adults use southern and south-eastern waters primarily during winter....
Management of marine systems to support and build resilience has been considered to require four key attributes:98
Embracing uncertainty and change: management systems need to accept...
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