Fenner Forum Series 2016 - Finding the Wild Things in Canberra

The audio recording is now available for our first Fenner Forum for 2016, "Finding the Wild Things in Canberra".

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Design and analysis of quasi-experiments in landscape ecology: Responses of fauna to landscape vegetation transformation in south-eastern NSW

The context for this PhD is the application of statistical science in the study of interrelationships between fauna and environments undergoing change in lan

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Large Old Trees under Climate Threat

Researchers have found large old trees need greater long-term protection from the threat climate change and logging if they are to be saved for future genera

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Sustainability research needs collaboration to work

The rules of good sustainability research need to change and research become more collaborative to ensure complex sustainability challenges are overcome, a n

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Australia’s Environment in 2015: briefing and Web Site Launch

You are cordially invited to this briefing, which will review the state of Australia’s biophysical environment in 2015.

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Three Videos of Fenner Academics Working on the Mekong River Delta in Vietnam

Three videos made by Fenner academic staff relating to projects on the Mekong River.

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Mekong River development

Exactly how hot was the 2015-2016 Canberra summer?

Clem Davis, Fenner School affiliate, and retired meteorologist, reported the following observations for temperatures this 2015-2016 Summer as Canberra experi

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