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- Birds in space… (multidimensiaonal trait-space that is)
- Presentation: Land-use, Climate Change and Avian Ecosystem Services in the Montane Neotropics: Managing for Resilience.
- ATBC 2014 Trip 1: “Gondwanan relicts and upland bird endemics of the Australian Wet Tropics”
- Null Models In Ecology: book download
- Presentation: “Rapid Population Shifts in Australia’s Tropical Montane Avifauna: Monitoring Responses to Climate Change”.
Monthly Archives: September 2009
Day 3: the decathlon commences: Event 1: Try to get as much sleep as possible on a constantly-deflating thermarest. This is not as bad as it sounds if you approach it with vey low expectations of comfort, from there, the … Continue reading
Arriving in Finch-Hatton Gorge after our first 70 km of ride was a palpable relief. Turning of the main road east of the township and leaving the traffic behind, we crossed cattle creek in the waning afternoon light, and winding … Continue reading
Day 2: Woke at about 6 am am in the delightful Central Caravan Park, to the insistent cries of Blue-faced Honeyeaters and the tooting of Peaceful Doves… still audible over the rumble of passing traffic. My exped mattress was deflating … Continue reading
Day 1: Got up at 4:45 am, rode fully-loaded bike to greyhound bus stop at the Townsville ferry terminal at 5:45am, unloaded bike, waited 45 minutes, learned that the driver had decided he couldn’t wait for the inconvenience of actual … Continue reading
So having made the decision to do it, I needed someone crazy enough to join me… And lo, there where even two of them! Thanks Tom and Tiff!! Then I needed to make sure I actually had the cycle touring … Continue reading
What inspired me to even consider making my already sometimes-grueling field schedule even more so, by doing it all by bike you ask? A few different things come to mind: A friend undertook to ride 300+ kilometres from cairns … Continue reading