Posts by Steve Gartner
Dr Mark Clements
Mark Clements is an Australian botanist and orchidologist, born in 1949. His career spans four decades and in that time, he has discovered about 250 new species of Australian orchids and curated tens of thousands of specimens representing more than 1600 species of Australian native orchids. These specimens are housed in the Australian National Herbarium.
Annual Report 2019–20: Accessible HTML version
This annual report provides a summary of our activities and performance for the financial year ended 30 June 2020 in an accessible HTML version.
John (Jack) Stephen Cusack [1935-2007]
Early life Jack Cusack was born in Walpiri country 700 km south-west of Darwin in 1935, but was taken from […]
Australian Cadmium Minimisation Strategy
Overview Australia has adopted a strategy to maintain safe levels of cadmium in its agricultural soils and produce: an important […]
Cotton Seed Distributors 50 years – The partnership
In 2017 Cotton Seed Distributors (CSD), the only company that supplies cotton seed to Australian cotton growers, celebrated their 50th anniversary. CSD put together this video to highlight the important partnership with CSIRO to develop and market cotton that benefits growers' bottom line and is good for the environment and for rural communities.
2016 Jack Cusack Memorial lecture
The Jack Cusack Memorial Lecture commemorates the valuable contributions made by expert botanist, Jack Cusack, to CSIRO's research in the Top End.