James Leeder and Emma Johnstone, never ones to shy away from good conversation and a healthy argument have taken out a prestigious world title.
A unique analysis of the famous reef during rapid sea-level rise at the beginning of the Last Interglacial found it almost died. The PhD research shows the reef is resilient but questions remain about cumulative impacts.
While our parks are tailored for human benefit and enjoyment, this overlooks the complex interactions that underlay even the most basic ecosystem, writes postgraduate student Manuel Lequerica.
The first entry in a series where we ask our students to tell us about their passions and pursuits outside of the sciences.