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Tales from the field: Helping to improve management effectiveness in Indian coastal and marine protected areas
Wandoor, Andamans

I was recently invited by the Wildlife Institute of India (with funding from GIZ India) to visit the Andaman Islands, a 2.5 hour flight east from Chennai.  The trip was primarily to workshop a draft approach that I had developed to assist the Indians to better assess the management effectiveness of their MPAs.  Together with […]

SEMINAR: Kartik Shanker – Hunting for herpetofauna in the Western Ghats: a Wallacean approach to discovering diversity
SEMINAR: Kartik Shanker – Hunting for herpetofauna in the Western Ghats: a Wallacean approach to discovering diversity

UPDATE: Kartik’s seminar is now online. Describing diversity and its causes is a long-standing pursuit in ecology and evolutionary biology. Recent models have combined the effects of environment and species ranges to create null models of distribution, which can be compared with empirical patterns of diversity at large spatial scales, but these fail to take […]

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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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