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There's still so much to discover about our planet. Join Professor Chris Turney and his Intrepid Science team as they explore the world.
There's still so much to discover about our planet. Join Professor Chris Turney and his Intrepid Science team as they explore the world.

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How a change in climate wiped out the 'Siberian unicorn
How a change in climate wiped out the 'Siberian unicorn' An artist’s impression of Siberian unicorns ( Elasmotherium ) walking in the steppe grass on a cloudy day. Shutterstock/Elenarts Kieren Mitchell , University of Adelaide ; Adrian Lister , Natural Hist...
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This is one of the most beautiful infographics I've seen for a long time! Tree-rings inspired to show the source of US #immigrants since 1790.
https://www.informationisbeautifulawards.com/showcase/3312-simulated-dendrochronology-of-u-s-immigration-1790-2016 @UNSWScience @UNSW @unswbees
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The #IPCC Report pulls no punches: the planet is commited to #climatechange and we only have 12 years to slash fossil fuel use if we are to moderate global warming. The question is how much? https://www.theguardian.com/environment/live/2018/oct/08/ipcc-climate-change-report-urgent-action-fossil-fuels-live
Urgent action now the international call. +UNSW Sydney @cabahCoE
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+UNSW Sydney archaeologist Dr Ben Shaw has just posted this wonderful short movie showing his work in the stunning islands of the Milne Bay Province in the Pacific! You can follow more of Ben's adventures on YouTube as ArchaeoBen10 or click on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwPt_rCgLWBs38W3eCSkGqQ/featured
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A heartbreaking statement by the US Govt: We're commited to a global 4degC rise by the end of the century but dealing with the challenge "is not currently technologically feasible or economically feasible." Really?!!!

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/trump-administration-sees-a-7-degree-rise-in-global-temperatures-by-2100/2018/09/27/b9c6fada-bb45-11e8-bdc0-90f81cc58c5d_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.fc8f3e35e95f
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Science communication is more important than ever in today's society. Last week I co-led a week-long Irinjili #Writing Masterclass for the ARC Centre of Excellence in Australian Biodiversity and Heritage (@cabahCoE). We had a wonderful group of participants who worked incredibly hard and also shared their own hard-won experiences. Thanks to everyone for embracing the workshop in such a positive and open spirit. It was a fabulously productive week. #education #training @ACAD_Adelaide @UNSWScience @arc_gov_au
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