Help celebrate the launch of the Handbook of Road Ecology, which has been 3 or 4 years in the making and represents the knowledge and experience of over 100 authors from more than 25 countries. Please forward this invite to others who may be interested in attending. Discounted books available for purchase on the night! […]
ARCUE’s Director Mark McDonnell was interviewed for an article in The Age (also in the Canberra Times and the Sydney Morning Herald) about recent research on Australian native plants at risk of extinction, in particular grasslands. Despite just 2 per cent of original grasslands between Melbourne and Adelaide still remaining, with more under threat from […]
Amy Hahs recently published an essay on ‘In the future, will we build cities for wildlife and design the countryside for people?‘ on The Nature of Cities website. The blog describes her recent encounters with the “continuum of urbanity”, the mechanisms of ecological adaptation that allow organisms to respond to urban environments, and the links […]
Have you received a questionnaire in the post and looking to complete your survey online? If so, click here: https://cvs.srcsurvey.com.au
ARCUE’s Director, Mark McDonnell, has recently been appointed as the Editor-in-Chief for a brand new urban ecology journal to be published by Oxford University Press (OUP). Journal of Urban Ecology is an Open Access journal that will publish freely accessible high-quality research examining the issues of current rapid urbanisation for both developed and developing countries. […]
Kylie Soanes, PhD student and Research Assistant at ARCUE/the University of Melbourne has been awarded a prize for her oral presentation “Bridging the road-gap for wildlife” at the Royal Society of Victoria’s Young Scientist Research Prize Finalists’ presentations to over seventy Members and guests on 25 September 2014. Prizes and runner-up prizes were given in […]
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