Mariana joins Homeward Bound
Celebrating International Women’s Day 2022: tackling the global lack of female leaders in STEMM The Ecosystem Change Ecology team is […]
Publications: 2021, the year that was
Publications from the Ecosystem Change Ecology team during 2021. In 2021 the team produced 23 peer reviewed publications, including papers […]
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 […]
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 […]
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: riparian threats in the Kimberley, a focus on the Fitzroy river catchment
Fieldwork along the Fitzroy river The contribution of riparian or riverine habitats to biodiversity conservation and the economy is disproportionate […]
New team member: Ruchira Somaweera
Welcome to Ruchira Somaweera, a new ECE team postdoctoral fellow Ruchira Somaweera has joined the Ecosystem Change Ecology team as […]
Recent graduations: Alice Watt
Congratulations to Alice Watt BSc(Hons)! Alice Watt has recently graduated from the University of Western Australia. She completed her BSc(Hons) […]
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 […]
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?
New publication: mechanical hoof tests effect of livestock on native snail populations
Livestock trampling and forest snail biodiversity Even low frequency trampling by livestock can reduce the density and biodiversity of forest […]