Monthly Archives: September 2020

Ecosystem Dynamics lab: Honours Opportunities 2021

Here at the Ecosystem Dynamics lab we are offering the following Honours projects: DigiFarm: incorporating biodiversity into farming decisions (with the Sydney Institute of Agriculture) We aim to develop a digitally enabled network which will monitor native flora and fauna … Continue reading

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New paper: Simultaneously operating threats cannot predict extinction risk

Journal: Conservation Letters Abstract: Species afflicted by multiple threats are thought to face greater extinction risk. However, it is not known whether multiple threats operate antagonistically, additively, or synergistically, or whether they vary across different taxonomic and spatial scales. We … Continue reading

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New paper! Class Conflict: Diffuse Competition between Mammalian and Reptilian Predators

Journal: Diversity Abstract: (1) Diffuse competition affects per capita rates of population increase among species that exploit similar resources, and thus can be an important structuring force in ecological communities. Diffuse competition has traditionally been studied within taxonomically similar groups, … Continue reading

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