The Ecological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Ecological Society are delighted to announce EcoTAS 2017, the sixth joint meeting organised by the two societies.
Unmanned Aircraft Systems for Remote Sensing - Beyond Pretty Pictures: Real Data, Real Information
To be held in Tasmania, Australia between 24-25 May 2017.
Human-induced climate change increased ocean temperatures in the early months of 2016, making a significant contribution to the worst bleaching event on record for the Great Barrier Reef.
Scientists have used simulations run on the home computers of thousands of volunteers to investigate how climate change has affected the likelihood of heatwaves and other extreme weather.
Researchers have extracted climate information from Australian newspaper reports, farmers’ diaries, government documents and private journals, to extend our knowledge of the climate of southeastern Australia back to 1788.
Venue: Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research, Melbourne
Dates: 8–11 May 2017
In the Media
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Position Title: Research Scientist (Fire Ecology)
Location: Kings Park
Position Number: 96000249
PSGOGA Specified Calling Level 2, $91,548 - $101,179 pa
Full-time; Fixed-term (4.5 Years with possible extension)
Closing Date: 4:00pm (AWST) 7th March 2017
Applications Close: Friday, 17 March 2017 at 11:55pm AEST
Work type: Full Time
Categories: Academic - Research Only / Fellowship
HIE: A Scientific Basis for Assisted Gene Migration Under Climate Change
The Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment (HIE)(opens in new window)Opens in a new window is one of three institutes within Western Sydney University. The plant adaptation group at HIE is widely recognised for their work testing the capacity to respond to climate through adaptive genetic variation and phenotypic plasticity.
Supervised by Dr John Morgan (La Trobe University) and Dr Steve Sinclair (Arthur Rylah Institute for...
We are seeking an outstanding, highly motivated PhD candidate with an interest in avian physiology to work on the ARC funded research...