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Mr Gerard Ryan

Conservation is failing to mitigate the global degradation and destruction of biodiversity. Gerard wants to know how we - the conservation community - can increase the impact of our actions. He is investigating a series of case studies that aim to understand measuring the impact of and optimizing conservation actions. These case-studies span t ...
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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 Truly Santika (Rintanen)

Truly is currently working on assessing protected area effectiveness in Kalimantan and modelling metapopulation dynamics of the orangutan populations in Sabah, Malaysia, funded by the ARC Centre of Excellence in Environmental Decisions, as part of the Borneo Futures initiative. Key collaborators for this projects include Dr. Kerrie W ...
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Mr Matthew Selinske

Matthew is a PhD candidate at RMIT, with Associate Professor Sarah Bekessy, where he is investigating human decision-making in incentivised conservation programmes. In conjunction with this work he is exploring predictive tools and theories used by other disciplines to forecast human behaviour and their potential value to conservation science. Matt ...
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Dr Justine Shaw

Justine Shaw is a Research Fellow examining conservation decision making in the terrestrial Antarctica and sub-Antarctic, with a particular focus on non-native species. Her position is a collaborative one between CEED, the University of Queensland and the Australian Antarctic Division. Justine is currently examining the risks posed by non-native sp ...
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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 Luke Shoo

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Ms Nicole Shumway

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Mr Blake Simmons

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Ms Georgeanna Story

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Dr Martin Stringer

Martin is a postdoctoral fellow in the School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management at UQ. He has a background in theoretical astrophysics, specialising in analytic & numerical models of cosmology and galaxy formation following a D.Phil at Oxford & Caltech. He has recently joined the group to apply this modelling experien ...
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Mr Andres Felipe Suarez-Castro

Felipe is particularly interested in using the knowledge on ecological functioning in conservation and environmental management planning. His research interests include the following areas: species distribution patterns, landscape ecology and functional ecology. He holds a Master's degree in conservation and wildlife management, and has worked on h ...
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Ms Freya Thomas

Freya is interested in how key plant functional traits are generated for fire prone communities.

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Dr Reid Tingley

Reid's research focuses on understanding how species' traits and environmental change influence the dual processes of extinction and invasion in amphibians and reptiles. 

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Dr Ayesha Tulloch

Ayesha is a Research Fellow at the Australian National University and Associate Fellow with the University of Queensland where she completed her PhD on optimal monitoring. Her research focuses on using ecological knowledge to inform conservation decision-making processes. She is a conservation biologist interested in particular in decisions that t ...
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