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This project used linked data to identify how socio-demographic, health, and environmental characteristics influence heatwave-related deaths and illness in Australia.
There was substantial agricultural development in the Darwin area without sustained government investment
Business turnover increased by more than $100 million and over 200 new jobs were created over a 13-year period at the beginning of the century.
The start of the peak season varied by 25 days from 1960 to 2017, with a big shift every eight years on average: imported workers could miss the peak in those years.
Investigating the potential effects of agricultural development on endemic threatened species in the Darwin area