Qaecologists presenting at #EcoTas13

So it is going to be another quiet week in the QAECO lab. A whole bunch of us will be heading across the ditch to Auckland for the joint meeting of the Ecological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Ecological Society. Here is a list of the keen qaecologists presenting their work during the conference.

Monday 25 November

Inka Veltheim
11:00
Influence of thermodynamic costs on daily movement decisions and habitat use of the brolga (Grus rubicunda)

Libby Rumpff
14:45
Overcoming (some of the) frailties of experts using structured decision making

Pia Lentini
15:15
Making use of old biased estimates: a trait-based model of microbat survival

Stefano Canessa
16:00
Dealing with trade-offs in destructive sampling designs for occupancy surveys

Hannah Pearson
17:30
Poster: Getting on the same page: what is a woodland bird?

Tuesday 26 November

Cindy Hauser
10:30
Kangaroo-vegetation dynamics in semi-arid Australia

Karen McGregor
14:15
Quantifying uncertainty in species distributions under climate change: a case study in South-eastern Australia

Alejandra Morán-Ordóñez
16:15
Aquatic metacommunities in an arid landscape: novel approaches to understand spatially structured communities

Freya Thomas
16.15
Incorporating functional traits into multi-species model of plant growth

Wednesday 27 November

Imogen Fraser
14:00
The curious case of the non-flammable grassland

Sana Bau
14:45
Technical information and judgement for conservation decisions

Brett Murphy
15:00
Fire extent and small mammal declines in northern Australia

Amy Whitehead
16:00
Avoiding extinction by a thousand cuts: evaluating strategic approaches to mitigating impacts of urban expansion on biodiversity

Natasha Cadenhead
16:30
Spatio-temporal trade-offs in fire management for threatened species persistence

William Morris
16:45
Value of information analysis for Box-Ironbark forest and woodland management

Peter Vesk
17:00
Predicting species grazing responses from lists

Kirsten Parris
17:15
Larger frogs experience greater acoustic interference in urban noise

Thursday 28 November

Kate Giljohann
11:45
Optimal fire management strategies are sensitive to conservation objectives and taxonomic focus

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