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Category Archives: NERP
Applications for the 2012 L’Oréal Australia and New Zealand For Women in Science Fellowships are now open. The three $25,000 Fellowships are intended to help early career women scientists consolidate their careers and rise to leadership positions in science. The … Continue reading
How long should you search before deciding that your target is absent? This is a problem that is fundamental to any ecological study that aims to determine the absence of a species. It will be important in studies of extinction, … Continue reading
A tweet just directed me to this older blog post by Bob O’Hara titled “Why P-values are Evil“. It is relevant to my previous post on Interpreting Variation in Data, and well worth reading.
Stefano Canessa, a new PhD student with QAEG, has just published a paper on factors that drive the detectability of three species of frogs during surveys that he wrote with Geoff Heard, Kirsten Parris and me. He has written about … Continue reading
Update (13 Nov 2014): Relevant to this is a paper that has just been published in which we show how indices of extinction risk can be developed from models of population dynamics. Following some editing, I have turned a previous … Continue reading
Update: These jobs have closed, but check out the qaeco.com site for current opportunities for McKenzie Fellowships. We have six new post-doc/research fellow jobs available in the Quantitative and Applied Ecology Group (qaeco.com). Information about the positions, including how to … Continue reading
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