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ONLINE EVENT: join the Honours Seminars for Ecology and Evolution

Support the latest Ecology and Evolution mid-year honours students as they present online. This seminar is open for all to join this week. It will be run via zoom and will cover an interesting and diverse range projects. Date: Thursday 24th September Where: Benham Meeting Room When: 1:00pm – 4:30pm Online: via Zoom. Please contact Damien […]

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New Paper: High-Resolution Coproecology: Using Coprolites to Reconstruct the Habits and Habitats of New Zealand’s Extinct Upland Moa (Megalapteryx didinus)

A new paper involving Environment Institute members Nicolas Rawlence and Alan Cooper as well as Jamie Wood, Janet Wilmshurst, Steven Wagstaff (all of Landcare Research, New Zealand) and Trevor Worthy (University of New South Wales) has been published in PLoS ONE. The paper titled ‘High-Resolution Coproecology: Using Coprolites to Reconstruct the Habits and Habitats of […]

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Multi-species distribution modelling highlights the Adelaide Geosyncline, South Australia, as an important continental-scale arid-zone refugium

A new paper involving Environment Institute members Greg Guerin and Andrew Lowe has recently been published in the Journal of Austral Ecology. The paper titled ‘Multi-species distribution modelling highlights the Adelaide Geosyncline, South Australia, as an important continental-scale arid-zone refugium‘ investigates the discussion surrounding the mainland portion of the Adelaide Geosyncline as an important arid-zone […]

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New Paper: Long-term breeding phenology shift in royal penguins

A new paper involving Environment Institute members Corey Bradshaw, Barry Brook and Damien Fordham as well as Mark Hindell (University of Tasmania), Knowles Kerry (Australian Antarctic Division), Cindy Hull (University of Tasmania) and Clive McMahon (University of Tasmania and Charles Darwin University) has recently been published in the journal Ecology and Evolution. The paper titled […]

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