Rising temperatures are expected to dramatically lift Antarctica’s risk of invasion by species that would once have had no chance of survival there.
Biological Sciences is one of the strongest schools in Australia, with an international reputation for teaching and research. Its strength is underpinned by academic staff who are enthusiastic teachers and accomplished researchers.
A team of experts led by Monash professor Steven Chown has examined the effectiveness of the Antarctic Treaty System for protecting the region from climate change and possible use of its natural resources.
A team of Monash scientists have identified better ways to predict how climate change and water management practices will affect fish populations and river red gum forests in the southern Murray-Darling Basin.