The bushfire royal commission has made a clarion call for change
Now we need politics to follow
New research highlights our 20 most threatened species of snakes and lizards
Subterranean habitat could hold the key to understanding the spread of mange disease.
The outbreak continues a relentless trend of bigger and more destructive fires
Altered rainfall patterns and increasing temperatures are resulting in more extreme fire events
Effective adaptation to extreme events demands much more detailed description and analysis, and that requires accurate and timely data
A self-confessed 'bird nerd' investigates the radical change in numbers of forest ravens and black currawongs on the small northern islands of Tasmania.
Poo is the prize for ecological researchers who scavenge seeds.
Reduction of "Landscape of fear" impacts other species around the world.
New treatment program offers hope for controlling wombat mange.
A hotter, drier future means we can no longer think about wildfires as we once did.
The kelp forest’s best defence against long-spined urchins is hiding deep within the crevices of Tasmania’s rocky reefs.
A unique experiment is exploring the link between fire and herbivore activity.
Optical technique sheds new light on tree mortality during drought.
Research finds warming climate could threaten regrowth after bushfires.