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We are pleased to announce the following distinguished scientists as RSWA Medal winners for 2018:
Emeritus Professor David Blair & Emeritus Professor Barbara York Main


#RSWA #RoyalSocWA #RSWASymposium2018 #RSWA_Science

Though not as colourful as other cockatoos, Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoos have loads of charisma. Their evocative calls demand your attention, and you can’t look away from a flock of them flapping slowly across the sky.

With things slowly becoming busier it's a good time to take a moment (or day or two) to discuss flora and vegetation surveys in WA. Come join us in a fortnight! #Botany #vegetation #EIA #mining #Perth #WesternAustralia

Hopefully the beginning of something quite wonderful for WA - the Index of Biodiversity Surveys for Assessments (IBSA) is open for it's transitional phase! Find the portal link and more info through

What is impact assessment? #IAIA members explain what it is and why it is important in this brief video.

A great opportunity for #girlsinstem supported by lots of amazing #womeninstem #Perth #mining

#CSRPerth Conference has come to an end. Don't be sad it is over - just be glad it happened 🙂

Super exciting news! 1st #GilbertsPotoroo pouch young since the fire recorded at Two Peoples Bay. Go well little one

Reminder: #SLIP is moving! On 3 July will go to to access WA state govt data incl @Landgate.

Have an idea for a session at #IAIA18: Environmental Justice in Societies in Transition? Submit it by 31 July at

Can highly recommend being a mentor - last day to register! #womeninSTEM #mining #perth #nextgeneration

New @IUCNRedList guidelines (version 13) available for download: @UNEP @CITES @SpeciesSavers

It was a pleasure to be involved last year, it was very well organised and run. Can thoroughly recommend. #STEM #mining #perth #womeninSTEM

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