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Strengthening ties in Singapore with decision science

New use of limited data helps prevent species loss

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What would you say in an elevator pitch?
Strengthening ties in Singapore with decision science
New use of limited data helps prevent species loss
Birdwatchers get online to aid research and conservation
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ARC_CEED Exercise that modelling savvy with a #PhD opp in Norway. https://t.co/ncLwboinD3
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ARC_CEED A nice paper on redefining ecosystem #multifunctionality! Seems relevant for Monday #maps and spatial configuration… https://t.co/ZDyqIRVrkt
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ARC_CEED Monday #maps: Landuse & landcover change shape the sustainability and impacts of #protected#areas . https://t.co/NIYDCHTH2G
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ARC_CEED Some food for thought for those currently or considering editing for a journal. #peerreview https://t.co/65p0DGyptF
ARC_CEED More tools on Thursday: methods for assessing how much #monitoring will detect changes in #hunting pressure. https://t.co/RP1ctLcKyP
ARC_CEED RT @AngelaSocSci: 47% of Australians think that climate change will cause the death of the #GreatBarrierReef. How can we use this to motiva…