Publications: a summary of 10 years of publishing
The Ecosystem Change Ecology team has recently passed 200 peer-reviewed publications from the last 10 years. We aim to […]
Job opportunity: come join our team!
Research Scientist position open Tenure: Specified term of 5 years, with the possibility of extension Level: CSOF6 (cf. Aus […]
New publication: patterns of extinction risk in Australian snakes and lizards
Despite being a global hotspot of reptile diversity, the conservation status of the Australian squamate fauna has not been assessed […]
New team members: Shenade Findlay, Glenn Maslen & Amanda Emmett
Welcome to Shenade, Glenn and Amanda, our new students for 2019 in the Ecosystem Change Ecology team. Shenade is […]
New publication: What’s your beef? Global solutions for a more sustainable agriculture.
How to reduce the global environmental footprint of meat and dairy consumption. Many people love their beef, lamb and dairy […]
Research note: caudal autotomy in a large skink
Ontogenetic & evolutionary change in an anti-predation mechanism. James Barr, a PhD student working with Ruchira Somaweera and the Ecosystem […]
New team member: Michael Davy
Welcome to Michael Davy, a new ECE team research technician. Michael Davy has joined the Ecosystem Change Ecology team at […]
New editorial appointment
Bruce Webber has recently been appointed as an Associate Editor at NeoBiota. NeoBiota is an open access, rapid online journal […]
New editorial appointments
Tommaso Jucker has recently been appointed as Associate Editor at both the Journal of Ecology and Remote Sensing in Ecology […]
Job opportunity: join the Ecosystem Change Ecology team
Experimental Scientist position open Location: Floreat, Perth, W.A. Tenure: Specified term of 3 years with the possibility of extension Salary […]
New publication: logging, exotic plant invasions and native plant reassembly in the lowland tropical rainforests of Borneo.
Do logging and exotic invasive plants affect tropical rainforests? Biological invasions present a major concern globally. Plant invaders often take […]