A short documentary set in the backroads near Ingham, north Queensland
Fertiliser runoff from agriculture can adversely affect waterways as well as the beleaguered Great Barrier Reef. Soil scientist Dr Paul Nelson talks with Baromter’s Kate Osborne on how to optimise […]
Smart Cities are the way of the future, but like all new things, there are traps along the way to be avoided. Barometer’s Kate Osborne speaks with Professor Marcus Foth […]
2016 was a year for celebrating Townsville’s history. This ‘Behind the Scenes’ video was produced by LensCap to thank the families for sharing their memories and time with us and […]
Luxlumin 2016 LensCap Digital Projection from writenq on Vimeo.
Medicinal honey is in high demand across the world, and the species of tea-tree to produce it is also an excellent regeneration plant. Barometer’s Kate Osborne speaks with honey chemist […]
Originally posted on Latitude 18 – Spanish Mackerel:
Photo: taken by Michael Bromage Latitude 18 is a radio story about the Spanish Mackerel fishery on the Great Barrier Reef. The story…
Professor Helene Marsh from James Cook University has been studying marine megafauna like dugongs and turtles in northern Australia for decades. She says our ability to conserve mobile animals relies […]
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Catch the cold in Alaska was a fun follow-up for my Instagram series ‘USA road trip’; published in the Weekend Australian – Follow the Reader
Professor Colin Simpfendorfer from James Cook University
spoke with Kate Osborne about his research on bright spots for sharks globally.
Image: Colin Simpfendorfer