Program Information

please note that the preliminary program below is subject to change without notice

MONDAY 22 November 2021Welcome to Country and Conference Opening
KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: Martine Maron
KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: Ross Bradstock and Rachael Nolan
SYMPOSIUM: Business and biodiversity; insights for ecology and conservation science
SYMPOSIUM: Planning our future; planning for people and biodiversity in cities
SYMPOSIUM: Managing, monitoring and modelling mammalian predators
SYMPOSIUM: Darwin Living Lab Symposium 2021 – Cities for nature, people and health
TUESDAY 23 November 2021KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
SYMPOSIUM: Tailored restoration response: predictions and guidelines for coastal wetland
SYMPOSIUM: Indigenous Ecological Knowledge Symposium
SYMPOSIUM: Human behaviour change and the importance of nature connection for humanity’s wellbeing
SYMPOSIUM: Practitioners collaborating to restore and rewild landscapes
SYMPOSIUM: Negative emotions and mental health impacts attributable to climate change
SYMPOSIUM: Improving the integration of the social sciences into research for conservation challenges
WEDNESDAY 24 November 2021WORKSHOP: Writing for Publication
WORKSHOP: A beginners guide to data analysis and visualisation in R for ecologists in the EcoCommons’ cloud
WORKSHOP: Empowering Indigenous land managers to use digital technologies to help monitor and manage Country
WORKSHOP: Selection criteria and the hidden job market; removing the invisibility cloak
WORKSHOP: Using the EcoCommons platform to run species distribution models and make climate projections
THURSDAY 25 November 2021KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: AERA PRESENTATION
KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: Peter Christophersen
KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: William Bond
SYMPOSIUM: Ecosystem recovery and the forgotten elements of fire regimes; how ecosystems respond to changes in fire season, extent and severity
SYMPOSIUM: Remote sensing in ecology
SYMPOSIUM: Engaging the community in the science and stories of nature through science-arts collaborations
SYMPOSIUM: Renewal or reimagination? What we learned teaching ecology in unusual times
SYMPOSIUM: Using soil microbes to restore, regrow and rewild
FRIDAY 26 November 2021KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: Katherine Moseby
KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: Michael Fletcher
SYMPOSIUM: Vegetation information supporting classification and mapping – road to recovery
SYMPOSIUM: Advances in genomics for ecology
SYMPOSIUM: PF-FIRE: Past fire frequency and intensity reconstruction

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