Job opportunity: joint CSIRO-UWA appointment

Lecturer in Plant Ecology, position open Tenure: Term (5 years) Level: Level B (A$93,182 - A$110,654 p.a.) More details & to apply: http://bit.ly/1OQg2lX Applications close: Friday 12 February 2016  (APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED) Team website: http://ecosystemchangeecology.org We are seeking to recruit a Lecturer in Plant Ecology (Ecosystem Change Ecology, Invasion Science and/or Restoration Ecology). The appointee … Continue reading Job opportunity: joint CSIRO-UWA appointment

Recent graduations: Caroline Delaisse & Timm Dobert

Congratulations to Caroline Delaisse and Timm Dobert! As we close in on the end of 2015, two of the Ecosystem Change Ecology team students have successfully graduated from the University of Western Australia. Caroline Delaisse completed her BSc(Hons) entitled “Understanding processes influencing seed germination in Rubus anglocandicans to improve weed invasion management” with the School … Continue reading Recent graduations: Caroline Delaisse & Timm Dobert

New publication: helping guide weed management in a rapidly changing climate

AdaptNRM : Climate change tools and resources for NRMs AdaptNRM is a collaboration between CSIRO and NCCARF to take key adaptation approaches and information sources that are national in scope and make them accessible and relevant for regional planning. Some of the challenges of adapting to climate change and some of the information needed to support … Continue reading New publication: helping guide weed management in a rapidly changing climate

New publication: CSIRO’s new biodiversity book

Biodiversity: Science and Solutions for Australia CSIRO's new book provides the latest scientific knowledge on Australia’s biodiversity. The book describes the unique features of Australia’s species and focuses on solutions for the future. Capturing the latest information on Australia’s biodiversity, the book aims to provide business, government, and the community with practical solutions to managing … Continue reading New publication: CSIRO’s new biodiversity book