February 2019

// Gold Coast koalas will be better protected on Council land
// Koalas can learn to live the city life if we give them the trees and safe spaces they need
// Koala monitoring won't ease the threat to species
// Minister says koala bushland near Belmont rifle range may not need to go
// Ballarat Wildlife Park calls for gum leaves to feed its hungry koalas
// Port Stephens Council approves Koala hospital and tourism infrastructure
// Murrah Flora Reserve left underfunded with no strategic plan, claim Greens
// Differences in the genetic diversity of Chlamydia pecorum between neighbouring sub-populations of koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus): a potential issue for wildlife corridor construction in population management
// Identification of a Novel Picorna-Like Virus, Burpengary Virus, That Is Negatively Associated with Chlamydial Disease in the Koala
// Some good news about koalas in south-east Queensland
// Physiological Stress in Rescued Wild Koalas Are Influenced by Habitat Demographics, Environmental Stressors, and Clinical Intervention.
// The Great Koala National Park: the Big Idea with a Big Future
// New south-east Queensland environment alliance calls for planning overhaul
// Gold Coasters called on to help save the city’s vulnerable koalas
// GPS tracking technology used in NSW to help conserve koalas 'in serious decline and under great threat'
// NSW Government tracking logging impacts on koalas
// Koalas added to bar mix
// Cattle property and former recreation area now National Park
// New koala research project underway in NSW forests
// Port Stephens Koalas to benefit from $105,000 Hunter Water grant over three years
// Liberals promise new national park for NSW to help save koalas
// Koala drowns in backyard pool, prompting calls for flotation devices to help wildlife
// Senate to hear evidence on koalas, finches and Cleveland's wading birds

January 2019

// Developing non‐invasive methodologies to assess koala population health through detecting Chlamydia from scats
// Gunnedah's koalas vital in University of Sydney study
// Environmental coalition to address koala habitat destruction
// Developing non-invasive methodologies to assess koala population health through detecting Chlamydia from scats.
// Mapping Foliar Nutrition Using WorldView-3 and WorldView-2 to Assess Koala Habitat Suitability
// Occurrence and distribution of unsubstituted B-ring flavanones in Eucalyptus foliage
// Port Stephens rescue and care group fear 'koalas on the Tomaree and Tilligerry urban areas will die out'

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