Publications of Member Societies
The Queensland Fire and Biodiversity Consortium has published its September e-News Bulletin. Look for citations for some fifty new publications, book reviews, film teasers, news snippets and notices of nine workshops/conferences. Available online free of charge.
Read QFBC’s August 2021 Newsletter here.
The latest newsletter from the Consortium includes items on the K’Gari bushfire review, bushfire recovery in Scenic Rim, new natural hazards research centre, lessons from Black Saturday plus lots more. The Newsletter includes citations of current literature from Australia and around the world.
Healthy Land and Water has issued a “Latest News” news-sheet, with items about National Science Week, lungfish habitat restoration, Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island), fire management planning at Emu Creek and much more.
Hosted and coordinated by the South East Queensland Fire and Biodiversity Consortium, Bushfire 2016: Connecting Science, People and Practice was a national conference held on the 28 – 30th September 2016, at the University of Queensland, aimed at connecting fire scientists, ecologists and students with on-ground fire operators, land managers and other fire and environmental professionals.
In June 2019, the SEQ Fire and Biodiversity Consortium held its 20-year anniversary celebration, at the Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens, Toowong. With the theme Fire, Research and Partnerships, this forum showcased projects and programs that highlight the value of partnerships and longevity in applied fire ecology and on-ground management. Consistent with the long-standing objective of the Consortium, there was a focus on translating science into practice, including student projects.
Cosmos https://cosmosmagazine.com/ is a national quarterly magazine on general science published by The Royal Institution of Australia Inc(RiAus), a science communications organisation based in Adelaide.
Wildlife Australia is a national quarterly magazine published by QSN member Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland and is Australia’s oldest surviving wildlife and nature magazine, founded in 1963 https://wildlife-australia.org.au/
The Moreton Bay Foundation was officially launched on the 30 August by His Excellency the Governor at a function at Brisbane City Hall. An immensely rich compendium of contemporary and ancient Indigenous knowledge Moreton Bay Quandamooka & Catchment: Past, present, and future was also launched and is now available as an E-book as well as in print.
Congratulations to the Foundation as it seeks to build knowledge and make it available to the communities of Moreton Bay and beyond.