Large-scale land clearing is nullifying our carbon abatement efforts, placing native species at higher likelihood of extinction, and is actually increasing the risk of drought and bushfire, according to a statement released today by Australian scientists.
Do you know a mid-career ecologist whose research contributions deserve recognition, and who should be a household name?
Nominate them for the Australian Ecology Research Award (AERA).
Each year ESA offers a limited number of grants (of up to $1,500) to support ecology related local activities, events, and initiatives around Australia.
Applications are open for the 2019 Jill Landsberg Trust Fund Scholarship – a $6,000 grant to support the field-based research of a postgraduate student working in applied ecology.