With topics ranging from taxidermied Murray Cod and environmental change in the Murray-Darling Basin, fish migration in the Mekong Delta, socio-ecological impacts of water reform in the Murray-Darling Basin, effects of feral animals on bird diversity around waterholes in the N.T. and palaeo-environments of river floodplain wetlands, our new researchers Matt O'Connell, Vu Vi An, Michael Vanderzee, (Pictured above) and Helenna Mihailou and Dale Campbell will have some great stories to share in the coming years.
Prof Dave Watson highlights the pivotal role that agricultural land and landholders play in biodiversity conservation in this episode of Landline featuring Woomargama Station.
Congrats to ILWS PhD student Clare Lawrence on the publication of her first paper. Lawrence, C., Paris, D., Briskie, J.V., Massaro, M. (2016) When the neighbourhood goes bad: can endangered black robins adjust nest site selection in response to the risk of an invasive predator. Animal Conservation
Call for applications: PhD scholarship opportunity at Charles Sturt University, Bathurst: Shark sentiment study Closes April 21,17