Leader: Prof Jane Elith

 Our activities are all quantitative, extending from fundamental research into mathematical approaches to ecological questions, through to training on-the-ground managers to use decision-support tools. For example, in 2013, CEED researchers developed novel quantitative approaches for modeling the detectability of species, applied new methods to management problems such as identifying threatened ecosystems, addressed mainstream issues through engagement with managers and policy makers by developing tools for project prioritisation and biodiversity offsetting.

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Theme E Research Highlights