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Linking Landscapes

2017 Linking Landscapes Symposium Proceedings


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The hope of biolinks and practical guidelines for making the dream a reality.

- Dr Veronica Doerr

General rules for designing biolinks that work for birds and small arboreal mammals. 

 

 

Dr Veronica Doerr, CSIRO, speaking at 'From Islands to Networks; Linking Landscapes at a time of Climate Change' Symposium on why ecological connectivity is important.

 Summary of Veronica's talk

Summary of Veronica's talk

 Slides from Veronica's talk

Slides from Veronica's talk

 

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Climate-proofing - genetic diversity, species diversity and evolutionary processes.

 

- Professor Ary Hoffman and Dr Rebecca Jordan

 

Maintaining genetic diversity is vital to populations being able to adapt to and survive climate change - how we can help.  

 

 

Professor Ary Hoffman, Melbourne University, speaking at 'From Islands to Networks; Linking Landscapes at a time of Climate Change' Symposium on why ecological connectivity is important.

 Slides from Ary and Rebecca's presentation

Slides from Ary and Rebecca's presentation

 Summary of Ary and Rebecca's presentation

Summary of Ary and Rebecca's presentation

 

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Connectivity Conservation - connecting nature in space and time.

 

- Professor Andrew Bennett

 

How understanding, and restoring disrupted, patterns of nature's connectedness is vital to conservation. 

 

 

Professor Andrew Bennett, La Trobe University and Arthur Rylah Institute, speaking at 'From Islands to Networks; Linking Landscapes at a time of Climate Change' Symposium on why ecological connectivity is important.

 Summary of Andrew's presentation

Summary of Andrew's presentation

 Slides from Andrew's presentation

Slides from Andrew's presentation