Drought by Alison Pouliot

Alison Pouliot

As a freshwater ecologist, Alison Pouliot endeavours to understand the interplay of the processes that sculpt the Australian environment.

As an environmental photographer, she aspires to capture the intricacies and obscurities of these processes.

The insidious creeping nature of drought can sometimes lend itself more to images than words. Here are a few of Alison's impressions.

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Published in November 2014, no. 366

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