Qaecologists presenting at the 27th International Congress for Conservation Biology in Montpellier, France

Another winter, another migration of Qaecologists and friends to warmer climates. This year most of us chose Montpellier for their overwintering grounds. From the 2nd – 6th of August, we and about 2000 other attendees will gather for the 27th International Conference for Conservation, which jointly meets with the 4th European Congress for Conservation Biology (ICCB-ECCB). Here are some details on the talks and posters that QAEco and CEBRA members are presenting:

Talks

Monday, 3 August

Natalie Briscoe
Developing physiology-driven population dynamics models to asses climate change impacts on koalas, evaluate koala conservation actions and prioritize the protection of population refuges
11:30 Sully 3

Natasha Cadenhead
Addressing sources of uncertainty in conservation decision-making under future fire regimes
11:50 Sully 2

Darren Southwell
Cost and feasibility of a barrier zone to contain the spread of cane toads in north-western Australia
14:15 Joffre A/B

Alejandra Morán-Ordóñez
Large biodiversity conservation gains arise by being strategic about broad-scale agricultural development in northern Australia
14:45 Barthez

Lucy Rose
Cost-effective conservation of an endangered frog under uncertainty
16:00 Sully 2

Tuesday, 4 August

Prue Addison
Setting conservation management thresholds using a novel participatory modelling approach
9:00 Sully 1

Freya Thomas
Predicting growth trajectories with functional traits for multiple plant species in fire-prone communities
9:45 Sully 2

Michael Bode
Optimal multispecies eradication schedules for a common invaded island ecosystem motif
10:30-12:00 Rondelet (talks in this symposium are not in 15 minute slots)

Christopher Baker
Avoiding perverse outcomes from species introductions: ecosystem-wide medellong at Booderee National Park
10:30-12:00 Rondelet (talks in this symposium are not in 15 minute slots)

Stefano Canessa
Stochastic dominance to make decisions about translocations with risky outcomes
13:45 Room Joffre A/B

Katherine Giljohann
Novel pressures and the population dynamics of a pivotal grass species in the Mediterranean ecosystem of southern Australia
16:05 Barthez

Wednesday, 5 August

Heini Kujala
Towards a more strategic approach to offsetting biodiversity losses: the role of spatial prioritization concepts and tools
9:00 Sully 1

Lucie Bland
Developing ecosystem viability analysis to inform the IUCN Red List of Ecosystems
11:00 Sully 3

Pia Lentini
Spatial prioritisation for multi-action connectivity conservation spending
14:30 Joffre C/D

Thursday, 6 August

José Lahoz-Monfort
Is my species distribution model fit for purpose? Matching data and models to applications
15:30 Sully 3

Geoff Heard
Refugia and connectivity sustain amphibian metapopulations afflicted by disease’
15:45 Barthez 2

Posters
Monday, 3 August 17:15 – 18:30

Lucie Bland
Known unknowns: Global patterns of conservation data deficiency
(Board No. 5)

Luke Kelly
Island biogeography of birds: testing core assumptions of MacArthur and Wilson 50 years on
(Board No. 7)

Libby Rumpf
Decision tools from evidence synthesis: supporting woodland eucalypt restoration
(Board No. 93)

Sana Bau
Evidence and value judgements in conservation science
(Board No. 104)

Tuesday, 4 August 17:00 – 18:30

Gurutzeta Guillera-Arroita
Shall surveys for occupancy estimation continue after the first detection?
(Board No. 116)

Reid Tingley
Sensitivity and cost-efficiency of environmental DNA sampling for detecting an aquatic invader (Lissotriton v. vulgaris) in Melbourne, Australia
(Board No. 127)

Michaela Plein
No species is an island: move interacting species together
(Board No. 156)

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