The Conservation Science research group at Deakin University

Our research focusses on solving problems in biodiversity conservation and environmental management. We have broad research interests, including measuring change in biodiversity, predicting the impacts of change, and making conservation decisions. Much of our work is at the ecosystem level, including ecosystem services and the IUCN Red List of Ecosystems. Headed by Emily Nicholson, we are based in the School of Life and Environmental Sciences and Centre for Integrative Ecology at Deakin University.

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News

New paper: A frame-based modelling approach to understanding changes in the distribution and abundance of sardine and anchovy in the southern Benguela

Paper authors: Kate Watermeyer, Astrid Jarre, Lynne J Shannon, Patrick Mulumba, Jakobus Botha. Journal: Ecological Modelling Blog author: Kate Watermeyer Citation: Watermeyer, K. E., Jarre, A., Shannon, L.… Read more “New paper: A frame-based modelling approach to understanding changes in the distribution and abundance of sardine and anchovy in the southern Benguela”

Research

Biodiversity Indicators & Conservation Decision-Making

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Publications

We have published articles in international journals including ScienceConservation Biology, Biological ConservationPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society: B, and Journal of Applied Ecology.

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