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DigiVol - Mel Ward's Crustaceans
Come crabbing with us on an expedition through Fiji, Hawaii, Cuba and the Atlantic coast of the USA…. all from the comfort of your couch!
2 May: Breaking up is hard to do (Scotia Arc Expedition 2013)
After sampling at the eastern side of the Falklands/Malvinas, we went north and took some samples off the side of the continental shelf.
A Close Encounter of the Climate Kind: Mick Aschroft shares his experiences at the frontier
Two of our researchers are pioneering new techniques for measuring changes in climate on small, and revealing scales.
20 April: Memorable Experiences (Scotia Arc Expedition 2013)
Today we transit to our next site, away from Shag Rocks and towards a tiny part of the Scotia Ridge that rises steeply from deep water.
19 April: Treasure hunting (Scotia Arc Expedition 2013)
This morning we were ready to go trawling at Shag Rocks.
A radiation of river snails in Madagascar
Did Madagascar's famous biodiversity evolve on the island itself or did it arrive from the African continent? Malacologist Frank Kohler reports.
Biological collections are ecological research tools
In an article in Biological Reviews, Australian Museum Senior Fellow Dr Graham Pyke and Stanford Universitys' Professor Paul Ehrlich, discuss the increasing use of biological collections in museums and herbaria to address environmental and ecological research issues.
An eel called Ellie
Thank you to Gavin Gatenby for putting together this impressive movie about 'Ellie' the Longfinned Eel
Bats, birds and bones: a view to a kill
Songbird fossils from Queensland reveal the diet of an ancient population of the carnivorous Ghost Bat.
A Journey Back to the Museum
Our friends from the Solomon Islands Archipelago are back in Sydney to discuss the results of the first expedition.
Bilas: Body Adornment from Papua New Guinea
Opening 9 June 2023, featuring photographs by Wylda Bayrón.