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ethology Investigates: Invasive Species online conference

Be a part of the next ethology Investigates online conference from 15-17 April 2013. Hosted by Mark Hauber, Phill Cassey, Naomi Langmore and Bard Stokke, the conference will highlight new theories and discuss recent findings on the behaviour of invasive species and their impact on the host environment. Animals today are regularly confronted with ever-changing […]

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New Paper: A rapid, efficient, and low-cost way to measure marine biodiversity

A new paper titled ‘Multi-scale marine biodiversity patterns inferred efficiently from habitat image processing‘ outlines a rapid, efficient, and low-cost way to measure species diversity through digital habitat images that require little image processing or interpretation. Using this system marine life can potentially be examined in a much simpler fashion. The paper involves Environment Institute […]

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New Paper: Anthropogenic landscape change promotes asymmetric dispersal and limits regional patch occupancy in a spatially structured bird population

A new paper involving Environment Institute member Andrew Lowe as well as David Pavlacky Jr (University of Queensland), Hugh Possingham (University of Queensland), Peter Prentis (Queensland University of Technology), David Green (Simon Fraser University) and Anne Goldizen (University of Queensland) has been published in the Journal of Animal Ecology. The paper titled ‘Anthropogenic landscape change […]

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