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The Conservation Planning Group at ESA 2016

The Ecology Society of Australia 2016 conference is happening now in Fremantle, Western Australia. A few of the Conservation Planning Group are in attendance, so come learn about what we’re working on, and say hi!

Tuesday 29th Nov, 15:00, Rottnest Room
Rebecca Weeks – Expansion of marine reserve networks via social diffusion benefits ecological connectivity

Tuesday 29th Nov, 16:00-18:00, Rottnest Room
SYMPOSIUM: Improving science to support decision-making about multiple uses of land and water in northern Australia.

Tuesday 29th Nov, 17:15, Rottnest Room
Jorge Alvarez-Romero – Decision-support tools for participatory multi-objective planning: current processes and requirements to assess alternative development scenarios

Wednesday, 30th Nov, 15:45-18:00, Sirius Room
SYMPOSIUM: New science for prioritising management actions on Australian islands

Wednesday, 30th Nov, 17:45-18:00, Sirius Room
Bob Pressey – Putting it all together: a new decision- support tool to guide management actions

Friday, 2nd December, 08:30-13:00, Rottnest Room
WORKSHOP: WORKING WITH A NEW DECISION-SUPPORT TOOL FOR PRIORITISING MANAGEMENT ACTIONS IN SPACE AND TIME

You can also follow the conference on Twitter – #ESA16

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We are a multidisciplinary group of researchers at James Cook University, interested in all aspects of conservation planning and led by Prof. Bob Pressey. We are based at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, the College of Marine & Environmental Sciences, the College of Business, Law & Governance, and the Cairns Institute. We collaborate widely with conservation biologists and practitioners worldwide. 

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