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Choose your cake and eat it too: A very QAECO morning tea

By Natasha Cadenhead How do academics forage at morning tea? Do sweets go extinct faster than savouries? Which cake should you eat? How much should you eat? How close should you be to the coffee? The exit? Yesterday we hosted … Continue reading

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Dr Mikey Bode iz in da house!!!

Yo-Yo! The freshest episode of Channel Ten’s science education TV series, SCOPE, features Qaecologist Michael Bode. Check it out and see Mike talking about his work modelling fish dispersal around the Great Barrier Reef. Although the lead up to Mike’s bit … Continue reading

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Qaecologists in the blogosphere

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 … Continue reading

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More post-doc positions available with QAEG

Update: Applications for these positions are closed, but McKenzie fellowships are available, with a closing date of 21 September 2012. We are looking for six post-docs and research fellows to join the Quantitative & Applied Ecology Group at The University of … Continue reading

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Check the index!

In a recent post, qaecologist Mick McCarthy discusses the often “arbitrary combinations of variables” that are ecological indices, and recommends that in order for them to be more interpretable and hence effective, they should be more closely linked to some … Continue reading

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