In this month’s issue of Decision Point you can read about EDG researcher Phil Gibbons’s work on managing landscapes in the context of the Black Saturday Bushfire’s aftermath. Also be sure to check out QAECO’s own, and CEED deputy director, Mick McCarthy’s piece on what makes a good ecological index. However, be warned; on the back page you may find a controversial image of qaecologists Brendan Wintle and Luke Kelly somewhat disturbing. Children and fans of air guitar should avoid viewing this photo.
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- Modellers v.s. Experimentalists – why can’t we all just get along? November 14, 2017 qaecology
- Sense of place: the ecosystem service to align social and conservation values? November 1, 2017 qaecology
- Culling animals “ethically” August 21, 2017 qaecology
- Is there truly “no saturation in the accumulation of alien species worldwide”? May 16, 2017 qaecology
- Life in corrupt science: when metrics become targets April 5, 2017 qaecology
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