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Forest monitoring technology could help in carbon accounting
Technology developed by CSIRO is providing an unprecedented level of information about the stability of Australia's forests and greenhouse balance.
Australian Merino sheep could fare better than expected over dry summers
Research comparing how popular breeds of sheep respond to nutritional stress have concluded Australian Merinos cope as well as Damara and Dorper breeds.
Pink diamond 'behaviour' solved but colour still a mystery
UWA scientists have explained the photochromic behaviour of the pink diamond in an attempt to uncover why they possess their pink colouration.
Scientists discover carnivorous plant using sticky catapulting tentacles
The first detailed analysis of a WA native carnivorous plant by a group of German scientists has confirmed the presence of a unique mechanism for trapping prey.
Broome dinosaur footprints detail substrate deformation unique on Earth
Two recent papers by palaeontologists working north of Broome highlight a new approach to the study of dinosaur footprints.