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Dr Moran Segoli: ecosystem scientist and modeler

Dr Moran Segoli: ecosystem scientist and modeler

Dr Laurence Mound: thrips expert

Using electronic information systems Dr Laurence Mound is providing rapid identification techniques that can help prevent the establishment of potential pest insects in Australia. 

Dr Kelly Scheepers: natural resource management and sustainable Indigenous livelihoods

With a background in community-based natural resource management, Dr Kelly Scheepers is investigating whether contemporary natural resource management models meet Indigenous aspirations for broader livelihood goals.

Dr Jean-Baptiste Pichancourt: Managing simultaneously human and nature centered objectives in forest and rural landscapes

Dr Jean-Baptiste Pichancourt: Managing simultaneously human and nature centered objectives in forest and rural landscapes

Ms Gabriela Arcoverde: Investigating responses of savanna ant communities to grazing

Ms Gabriela Arcoverde is a PhD student based at CSIRO Darwin in the Northern Territory investigating how both historical and ecological biogeography can influence the responses of savanna ant communities to grazing.

Ms Emma Ligtermoet: Investigating customary resource use and adaptation in floodplain socio-ecological systems

Ms Emma Ligtermoet is a PhD student researching floodplain socio-ecological systems and Indigenous use of resources in the context of climate change adaptation.

Dr Cameron Fletcher: precise modelling of an imprecise world

Dr Cameron Fletcher makes computer models that describe how people, collectively, interact dynamically with the natural environment.

Dr Simon Ferrier: researching new analytical approaches to biodiversity assessment and conservation

Dr Simon Ferrier is developing macroecological modelling approaches to assessing and projecting impacts of global change on biodiversity, to inform policy development, planning and management.

Dr Karel Mokany: researching novel approaches to modelling biodiversity

Dr Karel Mokany: developing and applying new macroecological modelling approaches

Ms Barbara McKaige: Projects Coordinator at CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences, Darwin

Barbara McKaige provides strategic project coordination and research support for CSIRO in the Top End.

Dr Suzanne Prober: ecological management and restoration in eucalypt woodlands

Dr Suzanne Prober's research interests are centred on understanding, managing and restoring the natural diversity, ecosystem function, and resilience of plant communities, with a focus on temperate eucalypt woodlands.

Dr Alexander Herr: sustainable natural resource management

Dr Alexander Herr: sustainable natural resource management

Dr Louise Morin: using fungi to fight Australia’s weeds

Dr Louise Morin applies her plant pathology skills to develop new approaches for the biological control of weeds and to assist biosecurity responses following incursion of plant pathogens in Australia. Her research portfolio incorporates molecular approaches wherever necessary and also considers the broader ecological impact.

Dr John Roberts: managing pests and diseases of honeybees

Dr John Roberts: managing pests and diseases of honeybees

Dr Tom Walsh: researching genetic resistance to pesticides among insect pests

Dr Walsh's research looks at genetic resistance among agricultural insect pests to pesticides and Bt toxins and the implications of resistance spreading.

Dr Yiheyis Maru: regional systems resilience and sustainablility analyses

Dr Maru is undertaking research to develop innovative solutions to persistent problems in food insecurity, poverty and disadvantage in the context of climate change and other resilience and sustainability challenges.

Dr Veronica Doerr: planning for landscapes that support native species and people

Dr Veronica Doerr: planning for landscapes that support native species and people.

Dr Tara Martin: making good ecological predictions and conservation decisions

Dr Tara Martin is an ecologist who specialises in the optimal allocation of conservation resources and understanding and predicting the impacts of land use and climate change on the natural ecosystem using novel statistical and mathematical methods.

Dr Saul Cunningham: managing diverse landscapes for environmental and agricultural benefit

Dr Saul Cunningham is researching how insect communities can be managed to benefit agricultural production and biodiversity conservation.

Dr Matthew Colloff: researching ecosystem functions and services

Dr Matthew Colloff: researching ecosystem functions and services

Dr Marianne Horak: classifying Australian butterflies and moths

Dr Marianne Horak studies the systematics, phylogeny and biology of Australian Lepidoptera, especially the economically important Olethreutinae and Phycitinae sub-families.

Dr John K Scott: researching biocontrol, climate change and Mediterranean weeds

Dr John K Scott is protecting Australia's Mediterranean climate regions through research on the biological control of invasive weed species.

Dr Ian Watson: sustainable development of northern Australia and agricultural intensification in the tropical world

Dr Ian Watson applies his rangeland and agricultural knowledge to look for opportunities for sustainable development of Australia’s north.

Dr Geoff Baker: developing management strategies for pest & beneficial invertebrates

Dr Geoff Baker; developing management strategies for pest & beneficial invertebrates

Dr Fiona Walsh: understanding indigenous culture and 'country'

Dr Fiona Walsh works amongst Aboriginal and other Australian peoples to improve cultural and biological diversity and natural resource management.

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