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#90 July 2015

Hub Director shares some of the highlights and successes of the project
Reflecting on eight years of experience with collaborative research models
Hundreds of invasive plant species were originally distributed as pasture species

NERP ED Hub: 2011-2015

Hub Director shares some of the highlights and successes of the project

Think Tank A Go Go

A NERP ED event to share knowledge and create lasting partnerships

An offsets calculator

A tool for evaluating whether offsets for impacts on nationally threatened species and ecological communities are adequate

Summer research across the divide

Science engaging with policy

Leveraging NERP

Reflections on investing in research and the NERP ED Hub

Lessons from CERF & NERP

Reflecting on eight years of experience with collaborative research models

Stopping new pasture varieties becoming tomorrow’s weeds

Hundreds of invasive plant species were originally distributed as pasture species

Making robust decisions on willows in the face of uncertainty

The stakes are high

Burning questions for black cockatoos

How fire influences their food availability

Climate shift for eucalypts

How will eucalypts cope with climate change?

Saving reptiles on Christmas Island

Invasive predators push wildlife to the brink

Planning for biodiversity in the urban fringe

Complex trade-offs between competing land uses

Citizen science and the value of protected areas

Can citizen-science bird lists shed any light on the effectiveness of protected areas?

Connecting science and management (at Booderee)

The many advantages of this partnership

Managing the impacts of urban development on old trees

Large old trees support substantial wildlife in the suburbs

Calculating the benefit

A new offsets assessment guide

Good environmental decisions and strong metrics

Your choice of metric can make an enormous difference

Dealing with non-detections in biological surveys

What's the probability that the species is actually present?

Halting cane toads in WA

Blocking their access to water

Urban expansion, climate change & frog habitat

Who’d be a frog in the suburbs?

A call to better protect Antarctic biodiversity

The ‘last wilderness on Earth’ requires a better system of protected areas

Strategies to bridge the implementation gap

Linking scientists with managers

Movement science and policy

Mollymook, September 2013

Urban biodiversity

Bungendore, 2013

Carbon farming and biodiversity

The University of Western Australia, November 2013

Posing problems in the Park

Relationships between Parks’ officers and NERP researchers

Management thresholds with Parks Victoria

Trialling a structured decision making process

Priority threat management in the Lake Eyre Basin

A workshop in Brisbane, May 2013

Presentations galore

During the four years of the NERP ED Hub, our scientists regularly presented to the Department of the Environment