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Affiliation: University of Melbourne

Ms Sana Bau

Sana is a current PhD candidate at The University of Melbourne, researching the use of evidence in conservation decisions and the interaction of value-based and technical judgements in decision making. Sana’s research takes an integrated perspective on emerging conservation issues. Sana’s research interests cover a broad spectrum of to ...
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Position at CEEDPhD Student
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John left the University of Melbourne in March 2015.

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Dr Lucie Bland

Lucie researches the Red listing of ecosystems – testing the new global standard for conservation. In August 2015, she was a member of the team awarded the Australian Museum Eureka prize in Environmental Research.  Red List criteria for assessing risks to ecosystems are a major global advance in biodiversity conservation. Desp ...
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Position at CEEDPostdoctoral Research Fellow
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Dr Michael Bode

As an applied mathematician, my research attention is drawn towards theoretical aspects of ecology (particularly of dispersive marine organisms) and conservation management. I particularly enjoy problems where quantitative modelling can provide insights despite a lack of high-quality data – identifying situations where we can avoid spending ...
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Ms Dolla Boutros

Dolla has the almost impossible task of keeping all our University of Melbourne researchers organised.

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Madeline completed her Masters of Science with the University of Melbourne in 2014.

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Ms Pauline Byron

Pauline joins Dolla in the almost impossible task of keeping all our University of Melbourne researchers organised.

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Position at CEEDMasters Student
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Dr James Camac

James completed is PhD at the University of Melbourne in early 2014. Following his PhD, James worked with Dr Daniel Falster and Prof Mark Westoby at Macquarie University. During his time there, James examined build a predictive model of tropical tree mortality that partitioned mortality rates into growth-dependent and stochastic processes. In mid 2 ...
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Stefano was a PhD Student with CEED through the University of Melbourne, until mid 2015. 

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Dr Jane Catford

Jane's time is divided between the University of Melbourne and the Australian National University (where she is based).  She is a plant ecologist with an interest in community assembly and invasion ecology. Using a variety of approaches, she aims to use community ecology theory to inform invasive species management and biological inv ...
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Position at CEEDPostdoctoral Fellow (ARC)
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Position at CEEDPostdoctoral Fellow
Ms Kate Cranney

Kate is currently studying a Master of Science (Botany) at the University of Melbourne. Her supervisors are Dr. David Duncan, Dr. Libby Rumpff and Assoc. Prof. Brendan Wintle. Partnering with Bush Heritage Australia, her Masters topic is centred on ecological monitoring in the private conservation sector. A Holsworth Research Endowment has all ...
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Sarah completed her Masters of Science with the University of Melbourne.

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Dr David Duncan

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Position at CEEDPostdoctoral Fellow
Assoc Prof Jane Elith

Associate Professor Jane Elith is a Senior Lecturer in the School of BioSciences at the University of Melbourne. She specialises in species distribution models, statistical models that describe relationships between the occurrence or abundance of species and the environment. Jane has made outstanding original academic contributions to species model ...
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Position at CEEDChief Investigator, Theme Leader (E)
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Ms Dini Fardila

Dini's research focuses on community ecology, landscape ecology and quantitative ecology. Dini studied bird communities along an urbanization gradient for her Master Degree. For her PhD research project, she aims to find the best way to measure the effect of habitat fragmentation on bird communities in Australian and tropical forest region.

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Position at CEEDPhD Student
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