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RESTORATION GENETICS

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SEED TECHNOLOGY AND ENABLEMENT

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RESTORATION ECOPHYSIOLOGY

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RARE SPECIES MANAGEMENT

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MINING INDUSTRY POLICY EXTENSION

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RESTORATION TRAJECTORY

Position available for Research Associate / Research Fellow Restoration Ecophysiology

ARC-CMSR

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NEWS

Now is the time to protect WA’s tall forests

South-western Australia’s tall karri forests require a new management approach for their conservation based on a changed moral consensus in the community, a new Curtin University study has found.

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Unique Indigenous native seed farm to help meet supply challenges

A team of scientists from Curtin University’s ARC Centre for Mine Site Restoration (CMSR) has helped to install an Indigenous-owned and operated native seed farm to supply Australia’s growing land rehabilitation needs.

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CMSR researchers have developed a seed-coating technology that can help bring degraded landscapes back to life and repair damaged ecosystems.

New research, published in the journal Seed Science and Technology, will allow scientists and practitioners around the world to make their own designer seeds for ecological restoration, to create healthier soils, water, air and more vibrant biodiversity.

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TWITTER

 

RESTORATION GENETICS

 

The latest DNA approaches to improve seed sourcing, plant performance, and biomonitoring restoration.

 

RESTORATION ECOPHYSIOLOGY

 

New tools for understanding plant function and condition for mine closure.

 

 

SEED TECHNOLOGY AND ENABLEMENT

 

Making every seed count in restoration through ‘smart seed’ technology

 

 

RARE AND RECALCITRANT SPECIES 

Enhancing conservation of threatened species impacted by mining

 

RESTORATION TRAJECTORY

 

Innovation in bio-indicators and spatial modelling for mine closure capability.

 

MINING INDUSTRY POLICY EXTENSION

 

Establishing a nationwide approach to mine closure policy.  


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