All posts tagged Australian Ecology

Tasmanian Devil

The Devil’s Technology

Biotechnology is rarely considered to be good for the environment. In fact, environmental campaigners frequently claim that genetically modified organisms represent a major threat to biodiversity and ecosystems. However, the study of the Tasmanian Devil Facial Tumour disease (DFTD) using [...]

blueTongue skink

The social network of solitary lizards

Burra, South Australia. Dirt roads link sparsely populated towns and communities once home to copper miners that lived in tiny dugouts along the banks of the creek. Burra is a place capsulated by hot, dry summers and cool moist winters. [...]

Impact of Migration within Australia on Australian Ecology

There are numerous reasons for people’s migration. When we talk about migrations in Australia and its influence on Australia’s ecology we primarily think of immigration to cities. The activity which happens all over the world takes its toll on Australia’s [...]