ALA in use: Research dogs helping to record data on threatened species

27 February, 2019 ALA Blog, ALA Newsletter

The Research Dogs for Conservation program run by the University of the Sunshine Coast trains, tests and uses detection dogs for conservation projects and relies on the ALA to design surveys and manage data.

Image: ALA in use: Research dogs helping to record data on threatened species

ALA Newsletter December 2018 – Edition 5

5 December, 2018 ALA Blog, ALA Newsletter

Acting Director's Message | Highlights | Updates | Tips & Tricks | Focus on BioCollect | ALA in the News | Featured Image | Dashboard | Handy Links

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Message from our Acting Director

5 December, 2018 ALA Newsletter

ALA Newsletter - Edition 5, Dec 2018

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ALA in action: Trevor Booth, CSIRO Land and Water

26 February, 2018 ALA Blog, ALA Newsletter, ALA User Profile, Mapping & analysis

Trevor Booth uses the ALA to study where particular tree species can grow in Australia and overseas, under both current and future climatic conditions. In this article, Trevor describes some of his work and provides some useful tips for anyone using the ALA’s mapping and analysis features to study plant or animal distributions.

Image: ALA in action: Trevor Booth, CSIRO Land and Water