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