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Updates December 20, 2021

Christmas shutdown

Please note that our office will be closed with effect from Wednesday 22nd December 2021. We will reopen on Thursday 6th January 2022. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a safe and happy New Year.

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Updates October 21, 2021

Collaborative program launched to address weed threats to biodiversity in Western Australia

A new research program, released today by The Western Australian Biodiversity Science Institute (WABSI) entitled “Addressing Weed Threats to Biodiversity” will enhance an understanding of weeds, their impact on native biodiversity and control options to reduce the threats. The program prioritises eight focal areas for research and was developed by WABSI through consultation with a…

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News August 16, 2021

WABSI webinar: The economic costs of biological invasions in the world and Australia

Click here to watch this webinar on-demand Online event (completed) Thursday 21st October 20214.00pm – 5.30pm (Australian Western Standard Time) Invasive plants in Australia are currently among the greatest threats to native biological diversity and a significant cost to agriculture. The economic impact on agriculture alone is estimated at in excess of $4 billion per…

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News April 27, 2021

WABSI webinar: Digitalisation in Environmental Assessment – International Frontrunners

Click here to watch this webinar on-demand • (Online event completed) Wednesday 18th August 2021• 4.00pm – 5.30pm (Australian Western Standard Time)• Register here to obtain Zoom login details Several organisations worldwide are engaged in digitalising environmental assessment. The Danish DREAMS project presents a list of international frontrunners highlighting organisations, initiatives, partners and key takeaways….

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Reports April 21, 2021

Research update 2021: Subterranean Fauna Research Program

Closing the knowledge gaps “The Subterranean Fauna Research Program is a great example of how WABSI brings stakeholders together to identify complex issues and enables research collaboration to develop initiatives that specifically address the priority needs of end users. The program continues to generate strong support from industry, government and others, with biodiversity science expertise…

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