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Prof Richard Hobbs

Richard is one of CEED's Chief Investigators, and is an ARC Laureate Fellow. Richard is an ecologist, with extensive experience in Australia, United Kingdom, Europe and United States.  Richard joined UWA in 2009 where he leads the ERIE Research Group within the School of Plant Biology. Richard's specific interests are in vegetation dyn ...
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Scott Jeffrey was an Associate Professor (Research) in the School of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Western Australia until June 2014.

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Ms Dolla Boutros

Dolla has the almost impossible task of keeping all our University of Melbourne researchers organised.

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Mr David Salt

David Salt is part of our science communication team, and is the Editor of CEED's bimonthly magazine, Decision Point. Decision Point presents news and views on environmental decision making, biodiversity, conservation planning and monitoring. Prior to CEED, David created and produced The Helix magazine for CSIRO Education, Newton magazine for Aus ...
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Mr William Morris

Will is a PhD student in the Quantitative & Applied Ecology Group at the University of Melbourne, Australia. The subject of his PhD is decision-making and planning for forest and woodland management with multiple objectives. A focus of his work is the value of information to decision making in these systems. His background is in applied statis ...
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Dr Vivitskaia Tulloch

Viv is a conservation decision-maker and modeller interested in how natural and human disturbances affect biodiversity and natural resources. She has expertise in both applied and theoretical conservation biology, including reserve system design (marine and terrestrial), using decision theory ideas and economics to solve conservation problems, thr ...
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Sarah completed her Masters of Science with the University of Melbourne.

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Elise's researsch built on a Bayesian belief network model that predicted grassland condition in response to different management actions. Her work aimed to increase the utility of the model for grassland managers by incorporating a cost-benefit analysis and utility-function into the model.

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Liz is interested in quantitative methods and making the most out of existing ecological data. Currently, she is exploring the use of community composition data to inform species distributions models.

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Ms Pauline Byron

Pauline joins Dolla in the almost impossible task of keeping all our University of Melbourne researchers organised.

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Dr Nooshin Torabi

Nooshin was a PhD student in RMIT University, Melbourne. her thesis title was Integrated Ecological and Socio-Economic Modelling of Biodiverse Plantings for Carbon Sequestration. She explored the socio-cultural drivers of private landholders who participate in biodiverse carbon plantings in their properties. Also, Nooshin is interested in finding ...
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John left the University of Melbourne in March 2015.

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Dr James Camac

James completed is PhD at the University of Melbourne in early 2014. Following his PhD, James worked with Dr Daniel Falster and Prof Mark Westoby at Macquarie University. During his time there, James examined build a predictive model of tropical tree mortality that partitioned mortality rates into growth-dependent and stochastic processes. In mid 2 ...
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Stefano was a PhD Student with CEED through the University of Melbourne, until mid 2015. 

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Dr Claire Keely

Claire Keely is currently undertaking a PhD through The University of Melbourne and Museum Victoria, focused on the conservation genetics of the Growling Grass Frog, Litoria raniformis, in an urban environment. The Growling Grass Frog is listed as vulnerable nationally and endangered in Victoria. Remnant populations around Melbourne occur througho ...
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Ms Els Van Burm

Environmental managers often deal with uncertainty while making decisions. This uncertainty can be reduced by allocating resources towards learning about the system through monitoring. Gaining more information through monitoring does not necessarily contribute to better decision making though. In some cases, allocating resources towards monitoring ...
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