Monthly Archives: November 2017

Mankarr monitoring on “Cool Green Science”

It was a please to work with Justine Hausheer on this piece that describes the mankarr project and how Indigenous rangers are helping to keep the mankarr strong. See post here.  

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Sense of place: the ecosystem service to align social and conservation values?

Originally posted on The Quantitative & Applied Ecology Group:
Many conservation issues are influenced by a complex mix of environmental, social, economic and cultural processes. At times, conservation decision-making can be complicated by opposing social and ecological values. In this…

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