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Analysis and opinion | 27 Aug 2020
Researchers have collated measurements made by satellites, field sensors and people, to get a picture of the nature's recovery while we've been in lockdown.
News | 30 Jul 2020
A new study by an international team of researchers offers new clues about where and how subduction starts on Earth.
News | 24 Jul 2020
A new study by an international team of scientists has found lockdown measures to stop the spread of COVID-19 led to a 50 per cent reduction in seismic noise observed around the world.
News | 24 Jul 2020
A new study provides a clearer snapshot of conditions during the last ice age, when global ice sheets were at their peak, and could even lead to better models for future climate projections.
Analysis and opinion | 23 Jul 2020
We know the climate changes as greenhouse gas concentrations rise, but the exact amount of expected warming remains uncertain.
Analysis and opinion | 17 Jul 2020
Our responses to the COVID-19 pandemic have dramatically changed human activity all over the world. People are working from home, schools are closed in many places, travel is restricted, and in some cases only essential shops and businesses are open.
News | 1 May 2020
Scientists across Australia will get the chance to show the nation how their work is for the public good, under a new partnership between ANU and the ABC.
Research story | 14 Apr 2020
When the boat finally passes into the One Tree Island lagoon, you breathe a sigh of relief. This tiny coral cay is where you will spend the next ten days.
Analysis and opinion | 7 Apr 2020
While we fixate on coronavirus, Earth is hurtling towards a catastrophe worse than the dinosaur extinction
Earth is heading for another mass extinction – and human activity is to blame.
News | 27 Mar 2020
To relieve financial pressures and stress to students caused by COVID-19, Vice Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt has announced additional support measures.
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