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Bat communities can sustain, and even increase, after fire, new research claims.
When native plants are removed from farmland, entire ecosystems are placed at risk, new research suggests.
The Warrumbungles, NSW, have been hit hard by the region's biggest bushfire in half a century.
A fire on Sunday night damaged Siding Springs Observatory in Coonabarabran, site of the nation’s largest telescope.
'Firenadoes' are rare weather events that occur when a unique set of conditions come together.
Hot, dry and windy conditions combined with unusual phenomena to cause the Black Saturday fires, says a new study.
Big trees evolved for longevity and stability, commodities in short supply these days, says Professor Bill Laurance.
Research into Black Saturday bushfires confirms clearing vegetation around houses is the best way to protect them.
Native species of birds and mammals endemic to WA may be wiped out from raging bushfires in the region.
Bushfires have long been part of the Australian landscape but some of the worst will always stay in our minds.
NASA has released video imaging that shows a timeline of bushfires in Australia.
Rare spider orchid species are making a come back in the wake of the 2009 Victorian bushfires.
A species of eucalyptus heading for extinction has risen from the ashes of the Black Saturday bushfires.
Bushfires may have been a dominant feature of the Australian outback for much longer than experts thought.
Photographer Andrew Quilty covered the Black Saturday bushfires. Two years later, he documents the regrowth.
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Work has halted on a proposed iron ore mine in Tasmania's fragile Tarkine region. http://t.co/aPkZ4O8tEn
Posted on 22 May 2013
Photographers hit the beach in search of hippos in the surf for a new documentary, Africa: Eye to Eye with the Unknown.
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