Monthly Archives: November 2013

EcoTas 2013: Spatial and temporal synchrony in small mammal populations

Here I give a summary of my talk to EcoTas13. A joint conference of the Ecological Society of Australia and New Zealand Ecological Society, Auckland. A big thanks to my co-authors Chris Dickman and Glenda Wardle. Slide Share link from … Continue reading

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Conversation: Will we hunt dingoes to the brink like the Tasmanian tiger?

By Aaron Greenville, University of Sydney and Glenda Wardle, University of Sydney The last Tasmanian tiger died a lonely death in the Hobart Zoo in 1936, just 59 days after new state laws aimed at protecting it from extinction were … Continue reading

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While Abbott fumbles abroad, at home Australians demand action on climate change.

By day four of the United Nations climate talks in Warsaw, Australia had won its third Fossil Award; the award given by the international Climate Action Network to the country which has done the most to block progress at the … Continue reading

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