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Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, is an enigma with scientists unclear on how its vast expanses of dunes developed.
A study led by a Monash University geologist has provided fresh evidence for when high rates of erosion occurred throughout the history of Mars.
A new international study has revealed how nature can inspire the reverse engineering of natural ore forming processes and support the transition to a carbon neutral economy.
Immediate action is required on global emissions or institutions and governance systems may find themselves overwhelmed in being able to manage climate impacts, Monash University’s Emeritus Professor Nigel Tapper has warned.
It’s not too late to cap global warming to 1.5oC under the Paris agreement adopted by 191 nations, but we must step up action swiftly, says Monash University’s Associate Professor Shayne McGregor - a chapter three lead author of the latest UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Report, released today.