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 […]
New team members: Shilu Zheng & James Barr
Welcome to Shilu and James who will be undertaking their PhDs in the Ecosystem Change Ecology team. Shilu will be […]
New team members: Katie White & Dennis Byrne
Welcome to Katie and Dennis who will be doing their BSc(Hons) year with CSIRO and the University of Western Australia. […]
Team award: John Scott wins 2016 CAWS medal
John Scott wins the Council of the Australasian Weeds Societies (CAWS) medal for leadership. John Scott, an Honorary Fellow in […]
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 […]
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 […]
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: 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 & […]
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 […]
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?