NCCARF invites proposals from organisations interested in being a test case for CoastAdapt.
NCCARF invites proposals for small research projects to support development of any aspect of its on-line decision support and information delivery framework, CoastAdapt.
Just as ecosystems are diverse (e.g. natural, built and agricultural; terrestrial, aquatic, coastal and marine), so are the communities (e.g.
Many thanks to the army of people who took the time to judge the amazing array of student presentations; winners below:
Royal Society Publishing has recently published a special issue of Philosophical Transactions B entitled Tropical grassy biomes: linking ecology, human use and conservation compiled
The NSW Office of Environment & Heritage and the Ecological Society of Australia have joined forces to award six early career researchers doing an exceptional job of communicating ecological research to the public, and inspiring other ecologists to get involved in outreach.
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PhD scholarship to study effects of increasing temperature during early life in a tropical endangered fairy-wren
Fully funded PhD position available in the Behavioural and Evolutionary Ecology of Birds Group @ Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. The PhD project is to study how temperature affects nestling development using a combination of existing and newly-collected data. The research will focus on effects of nest temperatures on metabolism, growth, heat stress, immune maturation, adult performance and molecular aging and how these effects might be mitigated by cooperative breeding.
This is a full-time, fixed term position (Academic Level A) for an initial one year period with the possibility of an extension for a further 1-2 years.
This PhD project is to study local adaptations and evolution in Tasmanian devils and their facial tumour disease.
Two fully-funded PhD stipends are...