Welcome to the era of the 'extremophiles'!

February 4, 2013 Louisa Kiely

An ‘extremophile’ is an organism that can live under extreme environmental conditions that most life forms would be unable to tolerate*. WOW, just like they have now got new ‘temperature’ colours on maps so we can show temps of over…

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Where have all the bubbles gone? Back to work!

January 24, 2013 Louisa Kiely

Gosh – What a welcome 2013 has had for us – Hottest Day on record, wet, wet, wet up north, dry dry dry Central West NSW. Its all leading to a refreshing of the ‘climate change’ discussion, but with events looking…

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Elephants in the room and have a happy, happy… bubbly… time

December 20, 2012 Louisa Kiely

Back on the job! Sorry for absence over the last few weeks although may have caught up with many of you on the old ‘social media’ – call it ‘post conference’ exhaustion! Having cleared the first few piles of material however, the…

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Blaming soil carbon for N2O emissions?

December 13, 2012 Louisa Kiely

There is a movement afoot to blame soil carbon for nitrous oxide emissions from soils. You might have read this somewhere recently: “The carbon (organic matter) content of a soil is a major driving factor in the amount of N2O…

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No one steals my "Meth"!

November 30, 2012 Louisa Kiely

They sound like drugs, but these “Meths” aren’t illicit, although they can cause brain-strain. Our Meths (methodology, or recipe for a carbon credits project) are about to change. For example, the compulsory forfeiture of intellectual property in carbon “meths” has…

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