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#88 May 2015

State-wide percentage targets for planned burning are blunt tools that don’t work
Private sponsorship and conservation efficiency
Connecting animal telemetry and spatial conservation

Of fire and ice

Values that surround our environmental decision

Burning issues

State-wide percentage targets for planned burning are blunt tools that don’t work

Making the most of our flagship species

Private sponsorship and conservation efficiency

Why academics should communicate ‘failure’

A reflection on rejection, imposters and how we share achievement

The value of native bush to landholders

Private benefits of native vegetation can help achieve better biodiversity outcomes

Protecting species-at-risk in Canada

COSEWIC and the first ten years of SARA

Telemetry and better decision making

Connecting animal telemetry and spatial conservation

Animal tracks in the bank

Online data repositories

First dog in space

Telemetry has a history that now extends back some fifty years

Using sighting records to infer extinction

Extinction is rarely observed, is very difficult to detect and therefore usually must be inferred

Alternative futures for Borneo

Exploring land-use planning for the entire island

Big trees for urban wildlife

Large trees support many wildlife species