This week Qaecologists took to the blogosphere in droves. Senior Qaecologist Mick McCarthy has been blogging regularly on a wide range of topics from interpreting variation in data to alpine cattle grazing. Geoff Heard gave us a sneak preview of the research he and others have been doing on the endangered growling grass frog in Melbourne’s urban growth areas. Meanwhile Will Morris has highlighted some of the tension between cattle grazing on public land and protecting biodiversity. While your’e in the blogosphere why not also check out some recent blog posts by friends of QAECO, John Morgan, Ian Lunt, Megan Evans, David Pannell and Corey Bradshaw.
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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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