Monitoring biodiversity using sound
Researchers are using acoustics sensing technologies to listen in to and preserve Australia's fragile and diverse environment.How ecoacoustics is being used at SERF
Protecting endangered species
Long term monitoring of mammals at SERF helps researchers study native and feral species.Discover more about the creatures that call SERF home
Education about the environment
As part of QUT's STEM School Engagement program, Year 11 biology students from Brisbane State High School visited SERF to conduct fieldwork investigating how bandicoots are affected by habitat fragmentation and human disturbance.
Where science and art entwine
An experimental science-art project based at Samford Ecological Research Facility is tackling the question of how we might address ecological degradation using an immune-like response.Learn more about Common_Thread
Dealing with pasture pests
Pasture dieback is spreading significantly in Queensland, and QUT researchers, in collaboration with Meat and Livestock Australia, are investigating the role that mealybugs play.On guard against the mealybug menace
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