Publications Archives - Rivers of Carbon

  • Why speak? Scientists as sifters and sorters

    In an information free-for-all why should scientists bother to add their voice? Emma Johnston argues that there is an increasingly important role for scientists amongst the growing ranks of public intellectuals. She explains that scientists must be sifters and sorters to identify what is valuable, sift out deliberately distracting stories and counter fake news. The […]

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  • Feeding a Hungry Nation: Climate change, food and farming in Australia – new Climate Council report

    Lesley Hughes and Will Steffan are the authors of a new Climate Change Report that provides an update on climate change, food and farming in Australia… The price, quality and seasonality of Australia’s food is increasingly being affected by climate change with Australia’s future food security under threat, our new report has revealed.  Australia’s food […]

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  • Measuring and managing landscape carbon

    Photo by John A. Kelley, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service If this photo is used in a publication, on a web site, or as part of any other project, please use the provided photo credit. This photo may not be used to infer or imply USDA-NRCS endorsement of any product, company, or position. Please do […]

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  • A Convenient Truth – Professor Corey Bradshaw

    I have been re-reading the latest edition of RipRap and it struck me how excellent the articles are within it. I thought I might share some of these with those of you who have not yet purchased the magazine, as they really are thought provoking and inspire action. We were really lucky that Professor Corey […]

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  • Contributors wanted for RipRap 38 – Australia’s Northern Rivers and Estuaries

    In April next year we will be releasing our next fabulous RipRap featuring Australia’s Northern Rivers and Estuaries. This edition will have wonderful stories from across our ‘top end’. The map shows how we are defining Northern Australia and if you are above the line, we would love to have your featured in our RipRap. We […]

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  • Murray-Darling Basin Environmental Watering Strategy released for comment

    Basin-wide environmental watering strategy

    Congratulations to the Murray-Darling Basin Authority team and many others throughout the Basin community, for getting the Environmental Watering Strategy released for comment.  Having been personally involved in this process it is a real achievement to reach the point where the Strategy is available for comment.  Please take the time to have a look at the document and provide […]

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  • Rivers of Carbon Fact Sheet and Bookmark

    We have produced a short fact sheet about Text-only the cheap nfl jerseys Rivers wholesale jerseys of Carbon project, as well cheap jerseys as an attractive Blackberry bookmark featuring the lovely Pudman video Creek (part of our project area) and promoting our website.  Download the Collecting pdf version or if you would like a hard […]

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