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Inaugural Sydney Science Festival

This new festival kicks off on 13 August for 10 days of talks, events, exhibitions and fun science activities for all ages.

Have your say on how to protect our marine environment

The Hawkesbury Shelf marine bioregion assessment web portal is open until 28 August and the NSW Marine Estate is seeking  your input.

Have your say on how to protect the marine environment from Newcastle to Shellharbour, and let us know how you value and use it.

JFLT winner - 2015 Award winner
Congratulations to the 2015 Jill Landsberg Trust Fund winner

Can Barnacles unlock the secrets of Turtle migration?

ESA members invited to participate in Monash Uni Survey

Dr Carly Cook, Associate Professor Carla Sgro & Rebecca Valkan from Monash University would like to invite ESA members to participate in a study looking at the use of evolutionary theory in conservation policy and practice.
 

Eco-Stats 15 - Abstract submissions now open

Ecologists and statisticians have much to gain from working together, and this conference is designed to provide precisely such an opportunity.

Call for papers and posters now open - EIANZ Annual Conference

The EIANZ Conference Planning Committee invites you to submit an abstract for a paper, case study, poster or workshop that you would like to present at the 2015 EIANZ Annual Conference. Abstracts are sought from a diverse range of perspectives, areas of practice, research and policy.

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In the media

Hot Topics

Northern Australia’s vanishing mammals
Small to medium-sized mammals in northern Australia's vast savannas are in rapid and severe decline
Killer cats
The devastating impact of feral cats on Australian biodiversity
Weed risk set to rise
New plant varieties bred for pasture will worsen the weed problem
Feral horses in Australia
Left unchecked they can have major ecological impacts
Forgotten pollinators
Challenges for managing wild pollinators in Australian agricultural landscapes
Ecological impacts of invasive cane toads
An invader’s arrival is bad news for some native species, but good news for others

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Latest Bulletins

At ESA14, held last year in Alice Springs, I was fortunate enough to see a series of talks on the intersection of  ‘nature’ and urbanisation (that is, ‘urban ecology’) by some of ESA’s excellent student and ECR members, such  as Caragh Threllfall and Pia Lentini.

Sometimes compiling the Bulletin, especially as deadlines rapidly approach and teaching heats up, is more stressful than not.

 
 

Conferences

ESA 2015 Annual Conference

ESA's Annual Conference will take place in Adelaide this year. It will be a fantastic opportunity to engage with some of the world’s leading ecologists, and enjoy the biodiversity of South Australian ecology. 

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Employment

SPREP is the regional organisation established by the Governments and Administrations of the Pacific charged with protecting and managing the...


Closing date: Friday, August 14, 2015

Get your research career off to a flying start, with a Vice Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the University of Wollongong, one of...


Closing date: Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Expressions of interest are being sought for 8 members to form the new Parks and Wilderness Council.


Closing date: Monday, August 3, 2015

Student

We are seeking two highly motivated PhD students for a new ARC Industry Linkage project to be conducted at the Burnley campus and in the Western...


Closing date: Friday, July 31, 2015

We seek to understand how production landscapes can be most effectively managed to enhance the delivery of multiple ecosystem services.


Closing date: Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Deakin University is seeking an outstanding scholar for a full-time PhD and scholarship associated with School of Life and Environmental Sciences...


Closing date: Saturday, August 15, 2015

Volunteer

6 month internship available working on feral cats in NZ starting Aug/Sept. Need to be fit!


Closing date: Friday, July 31, 2015

Volunteers are needed for ongoing monitoring of Glossy black-cockatoo nests on Monday to Thursdays from around 4pm onwards, until the beginning of...


Closing date: Monday, August 31, 2015

I am looking for a volunteer with some experience in catching skinks that would have availability to do field work from 6 of July to 6 of August...


Closing date: Tuesday, June 16, 2015

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