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Useful resources

The Tropical Savannas CRC has a substantial section on information about the tropical savannas, see the box at right.

All past research projects, including PhD projects, are available on the site by visiting the research and education sections. Many topics of interest to those who live or who are interested in the savannas were also covered in our general newsletter, Savanna Links, the last issue of which was released in July 2009 - you can download online copies of the Savanna Links archive through the link on the right - or by visiting the publications section.

All links are can be found on our navigation bar, or the links below.

 

Savanna Explorer 

To read more about general land management issues in northern Australia—as well as the ecology, flora, fauna and communities—go to our website, Savanna Explorer. Go to: www.savanna.org.au/

Land Manager

For more specific information to help with land management in the north, you can explore the North Australian Land Manager website, which has a "clearing house" of practical information for people involved in managing natural resources in northern Australia. Go to: www.landmanager.org.au/

North Australian Fire Information

This site, developed by the CRC, is used by land managers to monitor bushfires across northern Australia and is now a key land management tool. Go to: www.firenorth.org.au

Environorth

This website for schools presents the knowledge and people involved in sustainable natural and cultural resource management across north Australia in an accessible way. The site was developed with schools and the NT Education Department and features interactive modules that bring the savannas and their management to life. Go to: www.environorth.org.au

Savanna Links

The CRC's newsletter, Savanna Links, provided news and information on a broad range of land management issues, research and events across the tropical savannas. In print from1996-2009, there is a substantial archive on issues of concern to the north. Go to Savanna Links>>