Resilience is a key underpinning principle of biodiversity strategies at all levels of government. However, the definition of resilience in most strategies and policies is still relatively...
Australia is connected to Siberia and northern Alaska by a migration corridor used by more than 5 million shorebirds of 50 or so species. After breeding in the Northern Hemisphere, the shorebirds migrate to Australia along the East Asian–Australasian Flyway (EAAF).
The white shark (Carcharodon carcharias; also known as great white shark or white pointer) is a large, globally distributed apex predator, and one of the few shark species that have been definitively identified as responsible for human fatalities in Australia. It is a target...
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