Affiliation: The Australian National University

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Ms Juliana Lazzari

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Prof David Lindenmayer

Professor David Lindenmayer is the Node leader for The Australian National University CEED Node. He currently runs seven large-scale, long-term research programs in south-eastern Australia, with research themes that focus on developing ways to improve integration of native forest harvesting and biodiversity conservation, new approaches to enhance b ...
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Ms Wendy Neilan

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Ms Katherina Ng

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Ms Stephanie Pulsford

Stephanie is currently researching how management and landscape attributes influence the reptile and frog assemblage in grazed box gum grassy woodlands. She is interested in how to improve biodiversity outcomes in human modified landscapes such as agricultural areas. Stephanie is a keen field ecologist and enjoys getting out in the landscapes she s ...
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Laura completed her PhD with The Australian National University (ANU) in early 2014.

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Mr David Salt

David Salt is part of our science communication team, and is the Editor of CEED's bimonthly magazine, Decision Point. Decision Point presents news and views on environmental decision making, biodiversity, conservation planning and monitoring. Prior to CEED, David created and produced The Helix magazine for CSIRO Education, Newton magazine for Aus ...
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Dr Chloe Sato

Dr Chloe Sato completed her PhD at the end of 2013, and continued with CEED as Postdoctoral Fellow. Her research interests focus on the mechanisms driving landscape-scale biodiversity patterns in alpine and temperate woodland ecosystems.

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Ben completed his PhD and graduated at the end of 2014.

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Claire provides administrative and research support to Professor David Lindenmayer and his large research group at The Australian National University. She has been involved with the CEED Node at ANU since its inception.

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Dr Annabel Smith

Dr Annabel Smith did her first postdoc with CEED at the Fenner School, ANU. She is now a postdoctoral research fellow at Trinity College Dublin in Prof. Yvonne Buckley's lab. She is working on demographic landscape genomics - investigating the demographic mechanism through which the environment affects spatial patterns of genetic diversity.

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Ingrid was a PhD student with The Australian National University.

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Ms Georgeanna Story

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