2016 Research Highlights Booklet released

Friday 27 May 2016

The 2016 edition of the Fenner School of Environment & Society Research Highlights booklet (PDF, 3MB) has been released.

Contents

  • Director’s Introduction- Professor Stephen Dovers FASSA
  • Saving woodland birds: using new knowledge to tackle an old problem- Laura Rayner
  • Residential energy and water consumption - Mishka Talent
  • Swift Parrot v Sugar Glider - Dejan Stojanovic
  • Arboretum - Cris Brack
  • Black paddock blowing: more than dust in your eyes - Craig Strong
  • Achieving a sustainable urban planet - Xuemei Bai
  • Using carrion to unlock the secrets of nutrients cycling and biodiversity in woodlands - Philip Barton
  • Dams, fish and food in the Mekong - Jamie Pittock and David Dumaresq
  • A history of Antarctic tourism - Diane Erceg
  • From good intentions to good outcomes: watershed development and sustainable livelihoods in India - Wendy Merritt and Barry Croke
  • Enabling long-term environmental research - Emma Burns
  • Murray Darling Basin water cuts: farmers have part of the answer - Jennifer Ticehurst
  • Managing bushfires from space - Albert Van Dijk, Marta Yebra and Geoff Cary
  • Carbon sequestration: can our soils help reduce greenhouse gases - Zoe Read
  • Getting more bird for our buck - Dean Ansell
  • Adapting to a changing climate - Mark Howden and Janette Lindesay
  • The governance of disasters - Steve Dovers, Jamie Pittock, Michael Eburn and Karen Hussey

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