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(Big) data visualisation

The title may sound scary, but data visualisation is a way of making the complex simple: in a nutshell, it is the art of presenting data and information as graphs, charts, or maps. Data visualisation is valuable in highlighting things that you might not otherwise see readily in text and lists of values and numbers, enabling your audience to grasp the key data more quickly and easily.

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Bird strike around V1

May 25 marks the sixteenth anniversary of a bird strike on a B747 cargo aircraft operated by Kalitta Air. The Kalitta Air Flight 207 accident highlights the complex interplay of human factors and the operating environment, and the shared responsibility of all players for aviation safety.

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Species Spotlight – Australian White Ibis

The continuing wet weather along the east coast of Australia creates favourable conditions especially for the Australian white ibis, Threskiornis moluccus, and its cousin, the straw-necked ibis (T. spinicollis). Known affectionately as the ‘bin chicken’ or ‘tip turkey’, the white ibis, traditionally more of an inland species, has adapted well to urban coastal environments.

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Ballina flooded Airport by Dan_M75

Rain and wildlife hazards

Many parts of eastern Australia have experienced some extreme summer weather in the past few months. Avisure is closely monitoring these seasonal conditions, and the impact of the flooding, which has occurred almost the length of the east coast, on wildlife behaviour.

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