Tasmanian long-eared bat (Nyctophilus sherrini)
Mohamed bin Zayed Species project number 0925477
The University of Tasmania is an educational organisation committed to continuing its long tradition of excellence in the creation, preservation, communication and application of knowledge, and to scholarship that is global in scope, distinctive in its specialisations and that reflects our Tasmanian character. The University's mission is to provide leadership within its community, thereby contributing to the cultural, economic and social development of Tasmania. The University of Tasmania's objectives are to be be ranked among the top echelon of research-led universities in Australia. The University will be a world leader in its specialist, thematic areas and will be recognised for its contribution to state and national development. UTAS theme areas are in environment, marine and antarctic studies, sustainable primary production, community place and change, population and health and frontier technologies. These themes represent areas of significant research strengths, and substantial teaching endeavours. The themes have been created around strengths that come from our people and facilities, and the opportunities presented by our location in Tasmania. The University of Tasmania was established on the 1st January 1890. This project will be undertaken throughout the entire state of Tasmania, a large off-shore island off mainland Australia. The University of Tasmania researches a diverse range of species and habitats from penguins and zooplankton in the antarctic to marsupial carnivores in the wet forests of Tsamania.
Project 0925477 location - Australia, Oceania