|About||This page introduces the things we do, the environments where we work and some of the remarkable biodiversity that we study.|
We are ready to collaborate and inspire the new environmental scientists to engage in this remarkable World.
We participate in urban antics with the wildlife of the world’s most reptile-diverse city. We engage from pre-mining to mine closure in the challenging environments of a global biodiversity Hotspot. We develop a deep understanding of rare species such as the Albany Pitcher Plant, Tingle trees and echidnas to enable persistence of this wondrous biodiversity in our changing world.
We work in amazingly diverse marine environments like Ningaloo and the Kimberleys. We help to rebuild damaged ecosystems in transformed environments. Studying Environmental Biology or Coastal and Marine Science in Environment and Agriculture at Curtin University can give you the wherewithal to make your contribution in today’s challenging times.
At Environment and Agriculture at Curtin University we offer four majors in a Bachelor of Science (Environmental Biology, Coastal and Marine Science, Environmental Science and Agribusiness). We also contribute to double degrees in Environmental Biology and Arts, Environmental Biology and Commerce, Coastal and Marine Science and Arts, Coastal and Marine Science and Commerce, as well as a double degree in Applied Geology and Environmental Biology.