Griffith University climate change research in Lamington National Park studies impact on insects

Written by Binna Burra

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November 7, 2022

Article credit: ABC Gold Coast By Dominic Cansdale

They’re small in scale but huge in consequence.

Insects and the critical role they play in biodiversity are often overlooked when climate change is discussed.

But a team of ecological researchers are hoping to change that.

“If you’re thinking about biodiversity, often what comes to mind are mammals or birds, but in the functioning of an ecosystem, insects are a major component of that,” Griffith University Adjunct Research Fellow Dr Louise Ashton said.

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