Post-doctoral fellowships available

Post-doctoral fellowships available

Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Two Positions Available) Highly motivated Postdoctoral Research...

How to make national parks more efficient at saving animals

How to make national parks more efficient at saving animals

National parks are usually created on land that is too poor for agriculture and protect only 11%...

Scientists urge greater efforts to protect orangutan forests

Scientists urge greater efforts to protect orangutan forests

Protecting the forest homes of orangutans is the most cost‐effective way of boosting the...

  • Post-doctoral fellowships available

    Post-doctoral fellowships available

    Wednesday, 23 July 2014 06:28
  • How to make national parks more efficient at saving animals

    How to make national parks more efficient at saving animals

    Thursday, 17 July 2014 03:02
  • Scientists urge greater efforts to protect orangutan forests

    Scientists urge greater efforts to protect orangutan forests

    Thursday, 17 July 2014 00:57

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Through our key researchers, already recognized as global leaders in fundamental environmental science, we will benefit environmental science, policy and management across Australia and around the world, by tackling the complex problems of environmental management and monitoring in a rapidly changing and uncertain world.

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ARC_CEED Mobile species require new approaches in conservation planning, says paper by Runge et al - Conserving mobile species http://t.co/5pzFD1UGqN
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ARC_CEED NEW: Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Two Positions Available) http://t.co/XLQP2gCWVj #jobsearch #environmentalscience #environmentalmanagement
ARC_CEED Finding needles in haystacks: http://t.co/X921Wyf3Qc Issue #80 http://t.co/1tYS6wsVOI
ARC_CEED New paper on Conservation Strategies for Orangutans: Wilson et al #PLOSONE: http://t.co/7Xl9zb4Hkz
ARC_CEED Scientists urge greater efforts to protect orangutan forests http://t.co/TWj6JbV3Hw

 
   “Money is limited in conservation, and it is important to know how best to spend it” - Dr Howard Wilson, on orangutan conservation efforts