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The core purpose of the Institute for Applied Ecology is to undertake high quality research which improves our understanding of the environment to enhance decision making in natural resource management and sustainable development.

Upcoming Events

09 Oct

There must be a better way – How to optimise landscape genetic designs to infer the effect of landscape features on spatial population dynamics

To be able to predict the spatial dynamics of species, knowledge on the ability and frequency of individual

16 Oct

Lessons from Australia’s Millennium Drought – Preparing for the future

Between 1997 and 2009, South-East Australia experienced the Millennium Drought – the longest and most severe drought on

23 Oct

Freshwater Fish, Flows and the Daly River

The water resources of monsoonal northern Australia support a rich and distinctive biodiversity and the spiritual, customary and

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