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Theme A - Environmental Policy & Management Evaluation
Theme B - Optimal Monitoring
Theme C - Socio/Ecological Analysis & Modelling for Environmental Decision-Making
Theme D - Ecological Theory and Processes
Theme E - Quantitative Tools and Approache
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Theme A Research Highlights
NRM managers only human - ‘bias’ and natural...
People in all walks of life – from town planners to judges and financial regulators – ar...
Conservation prioritisation for koalas
Where east meets west, where best to invest? For species that are increasingly threatened by the co...
Making the most of our flagship species
Private sponsorship and conservation efficiency It's well known that some species have greater publ...
Halting cane toad invasion in WA by putting...
Cane toads have reached the Kimberley and there is no sign that their march of conquest is finished....
Prioritising reforestation efforts in Indonesia
In 2012, Indonesia broke the record for tropical forest clearing. Stories of the haze from burning...
Theme B Research Highlights
Using maths to plan roads for wildlife
Saving koalas from cars We all have to negotiate roads in our daily lives; we cross roads to get to...
Imperfect detection and literary allusions
Species are often hard to detect in ecological surveys. They might hide from searchers – think...
Theme C Research Highlights
Our Director awarded Nancy Millis medal
Professor Kerrie Wilson, our Director, was awarded the 2017 Nancy Millis medal for Women in Science!...
The value of native bush to landholders
Private benefits of native vegetation can help achieve better biodiversity outcomes A third of Aust...
A community's attitude toward their local endangered grassland...
Understanding the mechanisms for change in environmental attitudes and behaviours is key to ensuring...
Theme D Research Highlights
Dealing with the curse of chytrid
Coming to terms with amphibian chytrid fungus in Australia’s High Country Frogs are in troubl...
Looking after our nomads
Geographic range size and extinction risk Geographic range size (the size of a species' distributio...
Burning questions for endangered black cockatoos
The gregarious Carnaby’s cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus latirostris) is such a common sight in Pert...
To thin or not to thin ...
Understanding dense eucalypt stands and the pros and cons of thinning Stands of dense woody regrowt...
Perversity in the pasture
Guarding against new pasture varieties becoming tomorrow's environmental disasters Hundreds of the ...
Adapting conservation goals to global change
Untangling the pretzel logic of conservation? Conservation goals at the start of the 21st century r...
Theme E Research Highlights
Model to explore predator-prey interactions
Viv Tulloch has developed a multi-species model, in collaboration with CSIRO, as part of h...
Conserving migratory species
The multiple challenges of planning for complex migratory networks Migratory species are pretty ama...
Detectability, threatened species & environmental impact assessments
Why detectability matters and what we should do about it It is now widely accepted that many specie...
When to put all your bilbies in the...
Australia’s shy endangered marsupials will have a far better chance of surviving deadly predat...
Of nets, fisher rights and net benefits
Enforcement and marine management: maximising conservation & economic value One of the biggest ...