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Dr Andrew Hamer Interviewed by ABC Radio in Regards to Frog Ecology Forum

Dr Andrew Hamer Interviewed by ABC Radio in Regards to Frog Ecology Forum

Dr. Andrew Hamer will be guest speaker at the Frog Ecology Forum being hosted by Macedon Ranges Shire Council on 16 April 2016. The Forum will revolve around mitigating the impacts of development on the threatened Growling Grass Frog, and how this might translate to protecting other frog species. There will be a strong emphasis […]

Ecological adaptation and adaptedness – Biodiversity Seminar Series talk by Dr Amy Hahs, Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Wednesday 4 November

The final seminar in the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria’s Plant Sciences and Biodiversity Seminar Series for 2015 will be given by Dr Amy Hahs, GIS ecologist, ARCUE, Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria. This will be on ‘Ecological adaptation and adaptedness of organisms in urban environments: basic research and actionable science’,  where Dr Hahs will review the […]

How do people value Melbourne’s waterways? Free, fun, public workshops!

Join us for a community conversation and help urban planners create healthy waterways enjoyable for people. ARCUE and Melbourne Water ran the first public workshop of a series on Tuesday 20 October to find out how the public values a section of Gardiners Creek in Burwood. It was a fun and entertaining evening, with great […]

PARK[ing] Day- An example of experimenting with alternative options for city spaces

Today is PARK[ing] Day – a day when car spaces in cities around the world are reclaimed for alternative uses. Over the past decade of this event there have been many examples of interesting transformations of streets for people and nature rather than cars. Amy Hahs recently contributed an essay exploring the idea that Pop-up […]

An International Groundswell of Urban Ecology

Urban ecology research has been receiving major attention at international conferences this year, as evidenced by the recent Nature report “Ecologists embrace their urban side”, which highlights the large focus on urban ecosystems at the recent Ecological Society of America conference in Baltimore USA. ARCUE staff attending the International Association for Landscape Ecology (IALE)  world […]

Invitation to the Launch of the Handbook of Road Ecology, 16th July 5pm

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! […]

Complete the ‘Community values for public land survey’ online – CLOSED

Have you received a questionnaire in the post and looking to complete your survey online? If so, click here: https://cvs.srcsurvey.com.au

Australasian Network for Ecology and Transportation (ANET) Conference, Coffs Harbour NSW, July 2014

The inaugural conference for the Australasian Network for Ecology and Transportation (ANET) was held July 20-23rd 2014, headed by Dr Rodney van der Ree (ARCUE) and organized with a committee of members from within and external to ARCUE.  The warm, sunny weather of Coffs Harbour, New South Wales welcomed 140 delegates from Australia, China, Sweden, […]

Redressing inequality in the distribution of urban trees: GovHack awards for Dave Kendal

This week the 2014 winners of GovHack, a national competition promoting the use of open data released by government were announced. ARCUE staff member Dave Kendal was part of a team (Technogesic) that won national, state and local prizes for ‘Environmental Justice Planner 3000′, a tool that combines public tree spatial data, ‘greenness’ measured from […]

Melbourne visit by Prof Thomas Elmqvist

Professor Thomas Elmqvist from the Stockholm Resilience Centre was in Melbourne during the last week of February 2014.  He was in Melbourne to promote “Urbanization, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: Opportunities and Challenges”, the scientific report behind “Cities and Biodiversity Outlook – Action and Policy”. The book was officially launched in Melbourne on Wednesday, 26 February […]