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Articles from Ecos (December 1, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
A place to call home. Dechian, Sonja 622
Aspiring to consume less. Robertson, Sarah 593
Australian sandalwood comes of age. Sabto, Michele 1598
Efficient algae: the next biofuel? Microalgae are grown in Australia to produce high-value dietary supplements. Now, they are being touted as a source of renewable energy to replace fossil fuels. Taylor, Robin Cover story 1527
Events calendar. Calendar 537
Getting back to the roots. Kovac, Kath Book review 363
Global emissions may set a record in 2010. Macaulay, Craig Brief article 201
Groundbreaking models give fragmented landscapes new hope. de Blas, Alexandra 575
Iceberg threat to Antarctic ecosystems. Brief article 243
Legume genome project fixed on nitrogen. Brief article 246
Less land required for high yield timber. Brief article 257
Lower lakes finally reconnected. Brief article 257
Mapping the abyss in 3D. Brief article 269
Mapping the impacts of consumer choice. Dechian, Sonja Website overview 381
New mail for irrigators: each morning, they receive a text message with site-specific information for each block, which tells them how much water their crop has used, and for how long they need to irrigate to refill the soil profile. Taylor, Robin 711
New partnership charges electric vehicle deployment. Brief article 217
Oceans can make a comeback, say new reports. Brief article 245
Organically grown research. Sabto, Michele; Levinson, Matt 1363
Real-time purchasing power. Rooney, Sean 649
REDD alert. 665
REDD pilot projects in Indonesia: pilot projects in Indonesia are generating valuable insights into the potential challenges and risks of an international scheme to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation. Askham, Beth 1423
SA innovative education centre for future green builders. Brief article 225
Skilling up for a low-carbon future: a lack of appropriate skills and qualifications in the professions over the next decade may see Australian businesses forego significant opportunities in the global shift to sustainable development. What is the extent of the broader capacity building challenge facing our education sector, and how quickly will we need to respond? Desha, Cheryl; Hargroves, Charlie; Reeve, Angle 1943
Teasing out the facts. Considine, Mary-Lou; Sabto, Michele Editorial 313
Telltale radioactivity assists with erosion control. Bushell, Sue 652
The Apple Isle's bid to feed Australia: as proposals to cut irrigation from the Murray-Darling Basin are announced, the search for Australia's new food bowl has shifted to Tasmania. But, what impact will increased irrigation and land-use change have on Tasmania's ecosystems? Joe Isaac investigates. Isaac, Jo 1253
Thoughts of water with drought up ahead. Macaulay, Craig 390
World's first climate change advocacy fund launched. Brief article 233

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