Tag Archives: QAECO

Recent Qaecologist blog posts (July 2013)

QAECO blogging in July was a veritable feast of information, insight and inability-to-disappoint. Here’s a recap for those who missed out. Qaecologist and PhD student Claire Keely kicked things off by a marking the 3rd anniversary of her PhD with … Continue reading

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McKenzie Fellowships

The University of Melbourne has an annual round of postdoctoral positions known as McKenzie Fellowships. The most recent round has just opened. The Fellowships will be funded for a three year appointment commencing at Level A.6 in the University Salary … Continue reading

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Species on the move: things to consider when translocating species

The last QAECO reading group tackled a topic of great interest to all the people in the group, be they Q, A, or ECO. We discussed a new paper in Annals of The New York Academy of Sciences where Mark … Continue reading

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QAECOlogists and facilitation: happy groups, great science, better decisions

At QAECO, we believe good science should inform good management decisions.  To achieve this it is essential to have good collaborations across a range of disciplines and relevant stakeholders.  The opinion of experts is a valuable resource for decision making.  … Continue reading

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Urban frogs and conservation challenges

An article in the Higher Education section of The Age today reports on a project to assist the conservation of frogs in Melbourne by breeding tadpoles in captivity and then releasing them at ponds around the city, in an effort … 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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