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Retaining hollow-bearing trees in the urban landscape

Alarming news for large old trees in both Australia & worldwide. PhD researcher Darren Le Roux from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions & the Australian National University has shown that… 977 more words

Urban Forest

Why so sad?

The Wig and Pen is back – rejoice!


How to write 10,000 words a day

One of the most popular posts on the Thesis Whisperer is How to write 1000 words a day and not go bat shit crazy. Last year a Twitter follower brought to my attention a post called… 1,667 more words

Getting Things Done

zoe318 reblogged this on ontheshelves and commented:

I've had The Thesis Whisperer on my blog reader for some time and there always something interesting and helpful to peruse. Seeing this post made me do a double take and I was curious to see this methodology in practice. Written by Dr. Inger Mewburn, (the Director of Research at Australian National University), the blog offers plenty advice on thesis/dissertation writing. Makes you feel a little less insane when someone can commiserate with your experience and even better, when they can put the whole thing into words. I'm going to set aside time this weekend to see how far I get, but let's hope it more than 20 words....heh

Walking on the moon

Walking on the moon is an area of red and grey granite embedded into a grassed area near the top of Mount Stromlo:

In 2005 the Australian National University commissioned Anne Graham to undertake this work for its art collection; it was completed in 2007. 435 more words


By William Kelly (Australian National University, Canberra, Australia)

The Easter holidays began and I was very fortunate to be invited on a road trip down along the Great Ocean Road. 645 more words


Don't move to Canberra!!!!! - A Prologue

I began a blog 2 years ago at the start of my degree. I was immediately enthralled with the prospect of sharing my thoughts and anecdotes on a public forum but for some strange reason, all of my blog writing seemed to be lacking something I couldn’t put my finger on. 416 more words

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