The Biodiversity Node was led by Macquarie University, in collaboration with leading researchers from partner institutions, including CSIRO, Taronga Zoo and the Royal Botanic Gardens.
In 2019 the Biodiversity Node delivered the outputs of five years of research with tools and products used to support the adaptation of NSW biodiversity. Information is available on the adaptive capacity of species, climate refuges, future weed risk, and much more.
The information and tools generated by this research are now available. Go to Biodiversity Adaptation or the Macquarie University Biodiversity Node.