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Discover some of the latest scientific research and achievements by WA scientists.  RSWA organises monthly presentations that provide the opportunity to hear and meet scientists who are leaders in their fields. Topics have covered a spectrum from treetop studies of WA’s wedge-tailed eagles, to telltale signs of ancient mega-tsunamis that hit WA coastal areas, to the plant destroyer that is attacking native species in southwest WA, to the latest developments in protecting the marine ecosystems of the Kimberley region. All are welcome...

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Awards

The Society honours and encourages outstanding achievement in WA science by regularly making awards.

2018 RSWA Medal Prof D Blair

2018 RSWA Medal Prof B Main

2018 Doug Clarke Medal D Hamley

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Symposium 2020

 

Western Australia's Marine and Estuarine Environment

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Wallacea: Connecting Asia to the Australian Continent

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Coming Event

Mon 14th December, 2020 5.30pm

King's Park Administration Building, Kattidj Cres, King's Park.

"Understanding the decline of Norfolk Island pine trees in Perth: fungal infection, the cause or the symptom?" Dr. Felipe Albornoz Ramirez

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Access Journal Articles

The Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original scientific research with an emphasis on local science. From 2019 all the Journal is entirely open access.

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Science and Innovation in Western Australia

 

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RSWA Library

The Library of the Royal Society of Western Australia is a small, but important, resource for scientific research. It contains nearly 700 books, and 986 serial titles of which 227 are current.

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