Watch recordings of our 2016 Seminars

The present mass extinction: where do the tropics fit?

10 Nov 2016 | Presented by Dr Paul Ehrlich, Stanford University

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ILTER bottom up initiative: data integration across continents: understanding changes is biodiversity, carbon and water under climate change

19 Oct 2016 | Presented by A/Prof Michael Liddell, JCU

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Healthy bettongs: could disease be a cause of <i>Bettongia tropica</i> population declines?

12 Oct 2016 | Presented by Dr Sandra Abell, JCU

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Population and mobility in prehistoric Australia: developing a regional framework for archaeological and palaeo-climate correlations

5 Oct 2016 | Presented by Dr Alan Williams, Univeristy of New South Wales

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Confessions of an "environmental determinist"

21 Sep 2016 | Presented by A/Prof Mike Rowland, James Cook University

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A radical perspective on animal behaviour: why animals are not machines or robots

14 Sep 2016 | Presented by Dr Tasmin Rymer, JCU

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Trust is a key component for success of protected areas: exploring the roots of social conflict in the Galapagos Islands

7 Sep 2016 | Presented by Dr Amy Diedrich, James Cook University

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Modern drivers of novel community assembly: what Western Australian wildflowers can tell us about plant communities in a changing world

31 Aug 2016 | Presented by Dr Margaret Mayfield, University of Queensland

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The art of science communication: a personal parasitic journey

24 Aug 2016 | Presented by Ms Lisa Jones, James Cook University

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Re-coupling biodiversity and production in the wet tropics: an agent based modelling approach

17 Aug 2016 | Presented by Julen Gonzalez, CSIRO

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The restaurant revisited: more on modelling the human colonisation of pleistocene sahul

10 Aug 2016 | Presented by Prof James O'Connell, University of Utah

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Transport networks and invasive species

3 Aug 2016 | Presented by Dr Dean Paini, CSIRO

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Beyond pretty pictures: using drones for quantitative environmental monitoring

27 Sep 2016 | Presented by Dr Karen Joyce, James Cook University

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Biocultural approaches to pollinator conservation: findings from the first global assessment by the intergovernmental platform on biodiversity and ecosystem services

18 May 2016 | Presented by Dr Ro Hill, CSIRO

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When policies collide: how biodiversity offsetting interacts with conservation targets

11 May 2016 | Presented by Dr Martine Maron, University of Queensland

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The long and winding roads: assessment of an overlooked contributor of sediment and environmental degradation in southeast Asia

4 May 2016 | Presented Prof Roy Sidle, University of Southern California

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Forest elephants: ecological engineers or passive giants? Perspectives from Africa and Asia

27 April 2016 | Presented by Prof John Terborgh, Duke University

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Rebuilding lives: enacting ethical economic futures in the face of crisis

13 April 2016 | Presented Dr Ann Hill, University of Canberra

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What to eat? Commonalities in how herbivores and parasitoids choose their diet

6 April 2016 | Presented by Dr Shannon M Murphy, University of Denver

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Impacts of climate change on tropical trees: current knowledge and pressing uncertainties

30 Mar 2016 | Presented by Dr Lucas Cernusak, James Cook University

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Deliberate engagement in REDD+: governing forest reforms and carbon projects in Indonesia

23 Mar 2017 | Presented by Dr Herry Boer, Griffith University

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Seabirds in hot water: linking seabird foraging success and oceanography on the Great Barrier Reef

16 Mar 2016 | Presented by Dr Brad Congdon, James Cook University

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Reaching out: raising your public profile

9 Mar 2016 | Presented by Prof Bill Laurance, James Cook University

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Mapping avian flyways in the Amazon: state of knowledge and future directions

2 Mar 2016 | Presented by Dr Lisa C Davenport, Duke University

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