Tuesday 22 May 2018

Note: All times listed here are in AEST.

Start TimeEnd TimePresenterTitle
7:00 7:19 Hugh Possingham Spatial action mapping
7:20 7:29 Steven Alexander Participation in planning and social networks increase social monitoring in community-based conservation
7:30 7:39 Saras Windecker Decomposition of wetland plants: a non-linear hierarchical Bayesian approach
7:40 7:49 Vivitskaia Tulloch Future recovery of baleen whales is imperiled by climate change
7:50 7:59 Rachel Friedman How just and just how?
8:00 8:09 Carla Archibald 50 shades of private landholders: Exploring factors that are associated with conservation covenant ownership
8:10 8:19 Luis Mata Punching above their weight: the ecological and social benefits of pop-up parks
8:20 8:29 Emily McColl-Gausden Using environmental DNA metabarcoding to sample freshwater fish communities
8:30 8:39 Christopher Clements Trait-based early warning signals of collapse in an age-structured population under future climatic change
8:40 8:49 Kendall Jones One third of global protected land under intense human pressure
8:50 8:59 Break  
9:00 9:19 Kerrie Wilson Breaking the stalemate in the triage debate - what is the role of ethics?
9:20 9:29 Rebecca Runting Reducing risk in reserve selection using Modern Portfolio Theory: coastal planning under sea-level rise
9:30 9:39 Luke Kelly Putting pyrodiversity to work for animal conservation
9:40 9:49 Holly Kirk Challenges in urban animal ecology: A focus on connectivity
9:50 9:59 Stephanie Avery-Gomm Shining new light on global #seabird population trends
10:00 10:09 Caitlin D Kuempel Does rapid protected area expansion impact the ecological representation of reserve networks?
10:10 10:19 Phoebe Stewart-Sinclair Marine restoration for climate change mitigation and adaptation: accounting for blue carbon and ecosystem services
10:20 10:29 Carissa Klein When is social equity is the enemy to conservation prioritisation?
10:30 10:39 Georgia Garrard Planning and building better cities with Biodiversity Sensitive Urban Design
10:40 10:59 Michael McCarthy Pyrodiversity and biodiversity: Simple models but complex relationships
11:00 11:09 Break  
11:10 11:19 Nur Arafeh Dalmau Marine Spatial Planning in a transboundary context
11:20 11:29 Maksym Polyakov Joining the dots versus growing the blobs: Optimal targeting of ecological restoration
11:30 11:39 Chris Brown Managing catchments to conserve coastal ecosystems
11:40 11:49 Michael C. Runge Insights revealed by the value of information in a multiple-objective decision: Brown trout in the Grand Canyon
11:50 11:59 Blake Alexander Simmons Spatial and temporal patterns of land clearing during policy change
12:00 12:09 Alienor Chauvenet Achieving ecoregion representation within Protected Areas: A simple but effective prioritisation approach
12:10 12:19 Valerie Hagger Seasonal weather forecasting in restoration can improve success and reduce uncertainty in decision making
12:20 12:29 Leslie Roberson Good fisherman, bad fisherman: Understanding variations among individual operators to improve environmental performance of fisheries
12:30 12:49 Matthew Holden Fate of populations under harvest
12:50 13:29 Lunch Break  
13:30 13:49 Brendan Wintle TBD
13:50 13:59 Hannah Fraser Questionable research practices in ecology and evolution
14:00 14:09 Christopher Baker The different dimensions of disturbance theory, and how it can reduce antibiotic resistance
14:10 14:19 Chung-Huey Wu Reallocating budgets among conservation projects in a changing world: when and how is it worthwhile?
14:20 14:29 Sofia Lopez-Cubillos Using pollination services for spatial conservation prioritization in agricultural landscapes
14:30 14:39 Andres Felipe Suarez Castro Associations between urban bird traits and environmental variables vary across scales
14:40 14:59 Sarah Bekessy Grappling with the social dimension of novel ecosystems
15:00 15:09 Break  
15:10 15:19 Marit Kragt Mine closure planning in Western Australia
15:20 15:29 Michaela Plein How many rats does it take to make a cat?
15:30 15:39 Marsya Sibarani The Sumatran 'big four': How well do they represent priority areas for taxonomic, phylogenetic and functional diversity?
15:40 15:49 Abbie Rogers Making a case for investing in marine habitat restoration
15:50 15:59 Bonnie Mappin New Global Map of Accessibility
16:00 16:09 Katrina Davis A generalizable integrated natural capital methodology for targeting investment in saltmarsh enhancement
16:10 16:19 Jonathan Rhodes Land clearing regulation fails to protect threatened forests
16:20 16:39 David Pannell Measuring the benefits of environmental research
16:40 16:49 Keren Raiter Planning for population persistence in the face of ecological traps
16:50 16:59 Stephanie Pulsford Lessons learnt from conceptual landscape models: Reptile and frog populations in a woodland ecosystem
17:00 17:09 Tafesse Estifanos Protection of the Ethiopian wolf: What are tourists willing to pay for?
17:10 17:19 Ram Pandit REDD+ adoption and factors affecting respondents' knowledge of REDD+ goal: Empirical evidence from REDD+ piloting sites
17:20 17:29 Angela J Dean Does communicating ecosystem services build community support for coastal management? Findings from an experimental study
17:30 17:39 Break  
17:40 17:49 Annabel Smith Fire management's influence on plant traits
17:50 17:59 Prue Addison What does biodiversity mean to business?
18:00 18:09 Kate Hind Co-development of agri-environmental schemes post Brexit
18:10 18:19 Jane Catford Introduced species that overcome life history tradeoffs can cause native extinctions
18:20 18:29 Carl Emerson-Dam Urban Resilience Organiser
18:30 18:39 Samuel Sinclair The connections between theory and practice in spatial conservation prioritisation
18:40 18:49 Morena Mills When conservation goes viral: The diffusion of innovative biodiversity conservation policies and practices
18:50 19:09 Yvonne Buckley Climate suitability affects plant population persistence