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Welcome to the fourth edition of the QSN Newsletter. Table of Contents follows:

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Editorial
HOT NEWS – Pandemic impacts
Qld funds world first biosecurity ‘virtual lab’
Insect decline in the Anthropocene: ‘Death by a thousand cuts’
Members Awards, Newsletters and Media
Table of Recent Newsletters received from Networking Societies
Happenings at Wildlife Preservation Society
LIZ DOWNES: QUEENSLAND VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR 2020
CSIRO science champions in 2020
Physicist Cathy Foley appointed Australia’s next Chief Scientist
Happenings at RGSQ
Happenings at Australian Citizen Science Association
Happenings at Brisbane Shell Club Inc
Happenings at Butterfly & other Invertebrates Club inc.
and Cubberla-Witton Catchment and Brisbane Catchment Networks
Happenings at Entomological Society of Queensland
Healthy Land and Water partners – QLD Farmers’ Federation preparing for floods
Queensland Fire and Biodiversity E-News (Publications- See Appendix)
Happenings at National Parks Association of Queensland
Allied Communities activity
Community Data Collection Projects and Digital Apps
Citizen Scientists Completed Australia’s Longest Weather Record by Caitlin Howlett
Collections & Archives – Sneaking into the Royal Society of Queensland (RSQ) meeting from October 1890… by Colin Lynam
Noteworthy Publications and Databases
The Royal Society of Queensland
Proceedings of The Royal Society of Queensland 2020
Scholarly Articles Proceedings, Articles, Dissertations,
SEED CITIZEN SCIENCE HUB LAUNCH
Research Funds – Applications
2021 QCF 2021 grant applications are open!
Entomological Society of Queensland Awards
National Parks Assn Queensland Cuthbertson Grant
Teaching Resource Review
Clicks, bonks and dripping taps: listen to the calls of 6 frogs out and about this summer
Have you ever wondered what the inside of planet Earth is like?
The Editor’s excerpts from exceptional articles
2000-Year-old Bogong moth (Agrotis infusa) Aboriginal food remains, Australia
The Development and Decay of National Parks in Queensland (a historical perspective)
Stop Gympie Regional Council from repealing the region’s environment laws
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Appendix

Forthcoming Events
Aug
16
Mon
6:00 pm Future Food: With a Serve of Sci... @ Food Connect
Future Food: With a Serve of Sci... @ Food Connect
Aug 16 @ 6:00 pm
Love Science? Love Food?  Join Inspiring Queensland for an event at the intersection  To launch this year’s National Science Week in Queensland, Inspiring Queensland is inviting you to a delectable evening that will not only[...]
Oct
4
Mon
8:00 am Rangelands Conference
Rangelands Conference
Oct 4 @ 8:00 am – Oct 8 @ 6:00 pm
Desert Channels Queensland and the Australian Rangelands Society are hosting the NRM in the Rangelands Conference – Shaping our Future, 2021. The Rangelands cover about 80% of the Australian interior, spanning 3100 km east to[...]
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