"The recent, shocking sequence of bushfires across the southern and eastern coast of Australia has stunned us all.
In South Australia, we have experienced some extremely challenging times. The impacts of these fires will be felt for decades to come and the response to them will be complex. I have been involved in some aspects of these responses and many University of Adelaide staff have relevant expertise to assist with the recovery process."
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Researchers from the Environment Institute have published a new study in Science. Collaborating with an international team, they provide a new insight into the behavioural gap once thought to separate Neanderthals from contemporaneous Homo sapiens groups.
Wanting to make a difference throughout the Kangaroo Island bushfires, our researchers combined spatial science knowledge and satellite imaging to create up-to-date burn maps. These assisted during the emergency and will also help in the recovery effort.
Leading the way in coastal carbon research, our researchers have had three projects funded. Carbon storage will help reduce gas emissions by restoring and protecting Adelaide’s coast environments.
The recent shocking sequence of bushfires across the southern and eastern coast of Australia has surprised all of us. Locally, in South Australia, we have experienced some extremely challenging times. The impacts of these fires will be felt for decades to come and the response to them will be complex. I have been involved in …
Active Chair of the National Landcare Network, Associate Professor Patrick O’Connor spoke to Canberra Times about Landcare being the social movement for change over the past 30 years. Tens of thousands of Australians join Landcare as a way to actively participate and give back to the community. Working in the environment allows them to feel connected …
Group of Eight universities have recommended the government take quick, decisive action to stop the spread of COVID-19. Professor Peng Bi is one of two University of Adelaide representatives, to report the coronavirus advice of a panel of experts from Group Of Eight universities. Based in Public Health, Professor Peng Bi’s primary research interest is the …
University of Adelaide research making an impact
Professor Bob Hill gives an insight into our cross-faculty team and how we're making positive steps towards climate change, sustainability and the environment research.