Who is leading the way with cotton bush mapping in WA?
Recent activity mapping cotton bush in Western Australia shows coastal regions are leading the way! The results so far Over […]
New team members: Mariana Campos & Gerald Page
Welcome to Mariana Campos and Gerald Page, new research scientists with the Ecosystem Change Ecology team. Mariana will join the […]
We’re looking for help to map cotton bush in SW WA
Can you help us fill a gap on the cotton bush distribution map in Western Australia? Developing an understanding of […]
Publications: 2020, the year that was
Publications from the Ecosystem Change Ecology Team during 2020. In 2020 the team produced 23 peer reviewed publications, including papers […]
Job opportunity: come join our team!
Research Scientist position in Global Change Ecology Tenure: Specified term of 5 years, with the possibility of extension Salary: […]
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 […]
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 research: weed threat management in the Pilbara
Funding for scientists to combat Pilbara weed As announced by the Western Australian Environment Minister, the Hon Albert Jacob, the […]
Job opportunity: four new positions in weed biological control
CSIRO (Australia) is currently recruiting 2 Postdoctoral Fellows and 2 Research Scientists in Weed Biological Control. Position Descriptions and Selection […]
Job opportunity: would you like to join our team?
Research Scientist position open Tenure: Indefinite (cf. ‘tenurable ongoing’) Level: CSOF5 (cf. Aus Level B) More details & to apply: http://bit.ly/1TV6wkX […]
New publication: is CRISPR-based gene drive a biocontrol silver bullet or global conservation threat?
Are we are willing to risk the global loss of a species as a result of unintended dispersal of modified individuals back to their native range, to benefit from the control efficiencies that CRISPRCas9 gene drive technology could offer?