Prof Alastair McEwan

Alastair McEwan is Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research) and Dean of the Graduate School at the University of Queensland. He has a strong interest in inter-disciplinary research and the broader application of Australian research capability for enhancement of societal and business goals. Alastair holds a PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Birmingh ...
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Prof Antoin Guisan

Professor Guisan's main focus is on spatial predictive modelling of plant and animal distributions, and the communities they form. Besides theoretical and methodological interests in understanding and predicting species distributions, his research group at the University of Lausanne is developing models for various applied purposes, such as rare sp ...
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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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Prof Peter Kareiva

Professor Kareiva is The Nature Conservancy’s senior science advisor to the president and the Director of the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at the University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA). At TNC, he works closely with President and CEO Mark Tercek, and serves as Chairman of its Science Cabinet, working with world-c ...
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Prof Salit Kark

My research focuses on understanding the patterns and processes shaping biodiversity of native and invasive species and their implications for conservation and environmental decisions in a changing world. I focus on these main directions: (1) Biodiversity and conservation in human-dominated landscapes: This includes studies on both native and alie ...
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Prof Claire Kremen

As a conservation biologist, Professor Kremen seeks mechanisms for preventing or reversing the loss of biodiversity, one of the greatest environmental challenges facing humanity in the 21st century. In particular examining two fundamentally different, but complementary imperatives for protecting biodiversity: the intrinsic value of the multip ...
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Prof David Lindenmayer

Professor David Lindenmayer is the Node leader for The Australian National University CEED Node. He currently runs seven large-scale, long-term research programs in south-eastern Australia, with research themes that focus on developing ways to improve integration of native forest harvesting and biodiversity conservation, new approaches to enhance b ...
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Prof Erik Meijaard

Adjunct Professor Erik Meijaard has worked with CEED since 2009, primarily focusing on conservation science and practice on the South-East Asian island of Borneo, where he has worked since 1994. He is currently developing a professorship by special appointment on Innovation in Asian Wildlife Management at Wageningen University in the Netherlands. ...
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Position at CEEDSenior Researcher
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Prof E.J. Milner-Gulland

My group works at the interface of social and ecological systems. We use a range of approaches to address key issues in current conservation, with the underlying philosophy that in order to make progress we need to consider the incentives faced by individual decision-makers.

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Prof Bill (William) Murdoch

Virtually all of Professor Murdoch's research is related to the broad question: How are populations regulated in abundance? The question extends naturally, however, to the dynamics of communities. He is especially interested in the mechanisms that maintain the stability of interacting consumer and resource populations when the consumer keeps the re ...
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Prof David Pannell

David Pannell is Professor in the School of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Western Australia, Director of the Centre for Environmental Economics and Policy, and a former Federation Fellow of the Australian Research Council (2007-2012). His research includes the economics of land and water conservation; environmental polic ...
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Prof Hugh Possingham

Hugh is the Chief Scientist at The Nature Conservancy, and was the Director of CEED from 2011-2016. Aside from his day job, Hugh has a variety of broader public roles advising policy makers, conservation groups and managers by sitting on 15 committees and boards outside the University of Queensland including: The Wentworth Group of Concerned Scien ...
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Prof Anthony Richardson

Professor Anthony J. Richardson has research interests in marine ecology, climate impacts research and analysis of large datasets using modern data analysis techniques. He holds an Honours degree in Zoology from the University of Queensland and a PhD degree in Marine Ecology from the University of Cape Town. Since 2005, Anthony has a joint positi ...
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Phoebe Stewart-Sinclair

Phoebe Stewart-Sinclair is a PhD candidate at the University of Queensland. She is interested in applied quantitative ecology with reference to the broad themes of climate change, conservation, and marine restoration. After completing a BSc in Zoology and Ecology, she then went on to complete an Honours and a Masters of Science by research at Mass ...
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Prof Bill (William) Sutherland

Professor Sutherland is the Miriam Rothschild Professor of Conservation Biology at the University of Cambridge.   He is interested in applying ecological data and models to understand conservation problems. This may involve field work, use of existing data or purely theoretical problems. He is especially interested in bird population ecology ...
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Prof Brendan Wintle

I’m an conservation ecologist, Professor and ARC Future Fellow. I’m interested in uncertainty and conservation decision making. I coordinate and teach 3rd year Applied Ecology at Melbourne University.  I’m Deputy Director of the Commonwealth Government’s National Environmental Science Programme Thr ...
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Position at CEEDChief investigator, Node Leader (UoM)
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