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#98 October 2016

A wake-up call
How big a dose?
Ground-truthing in outback WA
And can it guide conservation decisions?
How to enhance success of ecological restoration
From banding to Bayesian analysis
Spatial conservation prioritisation
How and at what cost?
Making good decisions with limited information

What are we missing?

Securing the future of threatened species and ecosystems

Conservation research is not happening in the right places

A wake-up call

A dose of nature is just what the doctor ordered

How big a dose?

What’s the cost and feasibility of a cane-toad barrier?

Ground-truthing in outback WA

Evolutionary biology – what is it good for?

And can it guide conservation decisions?

I’m an economist – I’m here to help

How to enhance success of ecological restoration

Deriving survival estimates for microbats

From banding to Bayesian analysis

‘Planning’ for climate change

Spatial conservation prioritisation

Restoring waterways cost-effectively

How and at what cost?

Priorities for migratory networks

Making good decisions with limited information

Making ‘good’ decisions easier

Behavioural economics to improve environmental decision making

Don’t let ‘climate’ crush coral efforts

Where you can make the most difference

Getting interdisciplinary at Oxford

ECRs attend the ICN workshop

Kerrie Wilson receives the Fenner Prize from PM

2016 awards

Gums could be goners as climate changes

Eucalypts in decline

Strategic framing for landholder engagement

The success of these conservation efforts is tied to the engagement of landholders

Socio-economic conditions critical to PAs

Protected area management strategies