Tag Archives: #ESAus2012

Why did the squirrel glider cross the road?

Why did the squirrel glider cross the road? The answer: because now it can, thanks to glider poles and rope bridges that have been installed across the Hume Freeway. The first paper from the PhD thesis of Kylie Soanes has … Continue reading

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Optimal monitoring when detectability varies – my talk at #ESAus2012

Edit: A paper based on this work has now been published in PLoS One (open access, i.e. free). doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0115345. I’m looking forward to the Ecological Society of Australia conference this week. I’m speaking in the second time slot (2:15 … Continue reading

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