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Editor’s Choice 55:1 – Integrating local knowledge and ecological research

Originally posted on The Applied Ecologist's Blog:
The Editor’s Choice for issue 55:1 is written by Associate Editor, Paul Kardol. The article chosen is Integrating local knowledge and research to refine the management of an invasive non-native grass in critically…

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Thank you Udayana University: Workshop on Priority Threat Management for the Western Bali National Park

Last week we had the great privilege  to work  in collaboration with Scientists from Udayana University on PTM in Bali Barat National Park (NP), Indonesia and Park Officers from the National Park on a project called: Priority Threat Management for Bali Barat … Continue reading

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Scaling up to communities and ecosystems by J.P. Grime

Originally posted on Journal of Ecology Blog:
Blog commentary by J.P. Grime on a set of papers (1965-2007) from the Journal of Ecology reproduced online in December 2013  Thank you, Editors, for this opportunity to reflect on the circumstances, motivating…

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Apply now: PhD opportunity to work with Andrew Baker on a newly discovered carnivous marsupial that is already threatened with extinction

baker and firn – Antechinus detection phd flier – finale

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Wind-dispersed emergent trees missing from the canopies of next generation tropical forests

Congratulations Jarrah Wills on the discovery of these important findings concerning restoration of tropical forests in the Philippines. Read more at the Journal of Applied Ecology Early View http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1365-2664.12770/full Summary 1.In tropical countries where little natural forest remains, such as the … Continue reading

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First issue of Ecology & Evolution for Jenn Firn as an EiC

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ESA 2015: Germination capacity of endangered Melaleuca irbyana is more restrictive than a widespread congener

Thita Soonthornvipat’s interesting first results from her PhD research. Click on the link below and have a read of Thita’s Ecological Society of Australia poster. poster 25-11(final)

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