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New Arthur Rylah Institute Subscription!

Arthur Rylah Institute has made some exciting fresh changes to the way they share environmental research.


Arthur Rylah Institute is DELWP's leading centre for applied ecological research. As a Government research institute, ARI aims to make science assessable, highlighting how their latest research and how it informs both policy and management to better support Victoria's biodiversity.


A team of 90+ researchers work all across Victoria (and sometimes internationally) on science that matters, directly informing policy and environmental management. ARI works across a range of ecosystems (alpine, estuarine, grassland, forest and freshwater systems) and have expertise in fish ecology, threatened species, monitoring programs and geospatial modelling.

New Subscription! ARI’s recently launched subscription, the Terrestrial Quarterly Update, provides a summary of their latest projects and scientific achievement including research on:


·         Threatened flora and fauna

·         Spatial modelling (including machine learning)

·         Environmental watering

·         Vegetation ecology

·         Fire ecology

·         Ecological risk assessment, and

·         Pest and Wildlife management

For the latest Terrestrial Quarterly Update and to subscribe go to - https://www.ari.vic.gov.au/about-us/ari-subscriptions


For further details on the Arthur Rylah Institute including resources, seminars and more go to - https://www.ari.vic.gov.au/


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