ALA in action: Trevor Booth, CSIRO Land and Water

26 February, 2018 ALA Blog, ALA Newsletter, ALA User Profile, Mapping & analysis

Trevor Booth uses the ALA to study where particular tree species can grow in Australia and overseas, under both current and future climatic conditions. In this article, Trevor describes some of his work and provides some useful tips for anyone using the ALA’s mapping and analysis features to study plant or animal distributions.

Image: ALA in action: Trevor Booth, CSIRO Land and Water

Spotlight on ALA Users – Catherine Clowes

26 September, 2017 ALA Blog, ALA User Profile

Catherine Clowes, from the University of Melbourne is using the ALA while researching for her PhD.

Image: Spotlight on ALA Users – Catherine Clowes

Spotlight on ALA Users – Clare Pearce

23 August, 2017 ALA Blog, ALA User Profile

Clare Pearce’s images in the ALA’s Recent Sightings could be part of a tourism campaign advertising the Northern Territory.

Image: Spotlight on ALA Users – Clare Pearce

Spotlight on ALA users: UNE Associate Professor Karl Vernes

8 September, 2016 ALA Blog, ALA User Profile

So far in our ‘Spotlight on ALA users’ blog series we’ve profiled an artist, a microfaunal ecologist, a palaeontologist and photographer. This time we meet an expert on our iconic Australian mammals.

Image: Spotlight on ALA users: UNE Associate Professor Karl Vernes

Spotlight on ALA users: Aquatic Microfaunal Ecologist Russell Shiel

14 June, 2016 ALA Blog, ALA User Profile

Dr Russell Shiel is an aquatic microfaunal ecologist at the University of Adelaide and he loves his job.

Image: Spotlight on ALA users: Aquatic Microfaunal Ecologist Russell Shiel