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#87 April 2015

The case of the Tasmanian Land Conservancy management endowment
A partnership to conserve invertebrates in WA’s far south
A little empirical truth to help ground the theory

The long term

The long term is a strange place.

Planning for the long term costs of protected areas

The case of the Tasmanian Land Conservancy management endowment

The benefits of multi-actor invertebrate management

A partnership to conserve invertebrates in WA’s far south

The costs of conservation

A little empirical truth to help ground the theory

Are we missing the boat?

Using long-term monitoring data in managing marine protected areas

Big wins in conservation: how do they come about?

How do conservation NGOs influence policy?

Life at Large: taking the big picture

From the Australian Alps to the Tasmanian Midlands

Qualitative modelling

A NERP Workshop (Hobart, Oct 2014)

Biodiversity conservation and the NRS

An excerpt from the WWF report

Lessons from CERF and NERP 

Transdisciplinary research has been a feature of environmental problem solving for several decades

Does better information save more koalas? 

Value-of-information analysis can help to resolve this trade-off by evaluating how much management performance could improve if new information was gained.

Restoring jarrah forests in a time of climate change

Jarrah-forest establishment in a restoration context appears resistant to recent changes in climate