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Online features

The People and Environment program has developed a range of online features that explore the shifting patterns of human engagement with Australian terrain and other species. Some features are artistic in flavour, others scientific. All convey fascinating stories about land and people.

 

Wentworth Basin Bytes exhibition
Basin Bytes
Photographs by people living in the Murray-Darling Basin, showing local landscapes, resources, cultural heritage and characters. (2004-06)
Bottles from the Basin online feature
Bottles from the Basin
Water quality analysis and stories about environmental issues being faced by communities in the Murray-Darling Basin. (2010)
Digital Landmarks 2012
Digital Landmarks 2012
A rich collection of photographic, animated and video works from students at the Australian National University School of Art, in response to the Landmarks gallery (2012)
Farmers' stories from the Upper Murray
Farmers' Stories: from the Upper Murray
Short interviews and images of farmers in Victoria, exploring their environmental connections and reliance on the weather. (2007)
Hooked on the Goulburn River
Hooked on the Goulburn River
Stories of life, work, recreation and conservation along the Goulburn River in Victoria. (2006)
Pass the Salt exhibition
Pass the Salt
An exploration of places, objects and people's stories about salinity in the Wagga Wagga region of New South Wales. (2006)
Urban Farming and the Agricultural Show online feature
Urban Farming and the Agricultural Show
Contemporary urban gardeners and an historical analysis of agricultural shows as an arena for exploring ideas about people, food and place. (2012)
Violent Ends
Violent Ends
Transcripts, images, video and audio recordings from this forum on global warming, involving artists, scientists, film makers, historians and writers. (2009)