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Wildlife Australia  |  Australia Wildlife Magazine Summer 2018  


Computational ‘deep learning’ has important applications for biological conservation, explains evolutionary biologist Timothy Jackson, but given its basis in human knowledge and learning, can it really offer a brave new world or just another foray into the complexity of our own evolved consciousness?

The platypus has intrigued and baffled scientists for centuries. Researchers Tamielle Brunt from Wildlife Queensland, Josh Griffiths from EnivroDNA, and Gilad Bino from the Platypus Conservation Initiative, are tasked with understanding how this species survives, the threats it faces, and how many individuals remain in the wild. They’re aided in their mission by award-winning photographer Doug Gimesy, and by a new technology: eDNA.

If you could get a ‘fish-eye’ view of the world, what might you see? Karin Cox spent an evening at the Underwater Tour 2018, listening to award-winning wildlife photographers Darren Jew, Jason Isley, Richard Smith, Jasmine Carey, and Jürgen Freund tell their stories of the hours, days, and years they’ve dedicated to exploring the depths that go unnoticed by landlubbers.

Australia has one of the worst records in the world for preserving biodiversity, having lost more mammal and plant species in the past 200 years than any other country. Trends in recent extinctions suggest the rate of extinction is likely to increase. Hayley Geyle and a team at Charles Darwin University are identifying which species are at highest risk so that appropriate management actions can be implemented.

Dr Kaya Klop-Toker and her colleague Dr Alex Callen, part of a team that has studied in-depth the deadly chytrid fungus which has decimated global frog populations for decades, may have cracked the code to understanding how to defeat chytrid.
Embrace a wilder life – download Wildlife Australia, the country’s leading nature magazine. Fifty pages of insightful and thought-provoking articles and stunning photographs.
Celebration: Celebrate the essence of Australia – its vast wild landscapes and distinctive wildlife, most found nowhere else in the world
Insights: The articles are written by leading researchers and those whose care for nature comes from deep insights. You won’t find this information by Googling.
Beauty: Immerse yourself in the allure and charm of wildlife with photos by some of Australia’s leading nature photographers.
Understanding: Wildlife Australia is a hub for people who value their relationship with nature and know it is enriched by knowledge. The nature experience can be powerful, but often requires interpretation.
Inspiration: Be inspired by what people are doing to understand and protect nature.
Conservation: Wildlife Australia is a not-for-profit magazine and all profits go to protect nature.

A subscription to Wildlife Australia won't cure arthritis or tonsillitis, but is great for two modern ailments: dislocation from nature and existential malaise. Download the app and see.
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Wildlife Australia   |   Australia Wildlife Magazine Summer 2018   


Computational ‘deep learning’ has important applications for biological conservation, explains evolutionary biologist Timothy Jackson, but given its basis in human knowledge and learning, can it really offer a brave new world or just another foray into the complexity of our own evolved consciousness?

The platypus has intrigued and baffled scientists for centuries. Researchers Tamielle Brunt from Wildlife Queensland, Josh Griffiths from EnivroDNA, and Gilad Bino from the Platypus Conservation Initiative, are tasked with understanding how this species survives, the threats it faces, and how many individuals remain in the wild. They’re aided in their mission by award-winning photographer Doug Gimesy, and by a new technology: eDNA.

If you could get a ‘fish-eye’ view of the world, what might you see? Karin Cox spent an evening at the Underwater Tour 2018, listening to award-winning wildlife photographers Darren Jew, Jason Isley, Richard Smith, Jasmine Carey, and Jürgen Freund tell their stories of the hours, days, and years they’ve dedicated to exploring the depths that go unnoticed by landlubbers.

Australia has one of the worst records in the world for preserving biodiversity, having lost more mammal and plant species in the past 200 years than any other country. Trends in recent extinctions suggest the rate of extinction is likely to increase. Hayley Geyle and a team at Charles Darwin University are identifying which species are at highest risk so that appropriate management actions can be implemented.

Dr Kaya Klop-Toker and her colleague Dr Alex Callen, part of a team that has studied in-depth the deadly chytrid fungus which has decimated global frog populations for decades, may have cracked the code to understanding how to defeat chytrid.
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You'll receive 4 issues during a 1 year Wildlife Australia magazine print subscription.
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