Monthly Archives: July 2014

ATBC 2014 Trip 1: “Gondwanan relicts and upland bird endemics of the Australian Wet Tropics”

At the association for tropical biology and Conservation (ATBC) meeting held in Cairns this year I will have the pleasure of co-guiding with Dr. David Edwards from Sheffield University a conference field trip entitled: “Gondwanan relicts and upland bird endemics … Continue reading

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Null Models In Ecology: book download

Null models, love them or hate them, are a huge topic, but one nicely summarised by Gotelli and Graves.  They managed to do so in a way that I am finding accessible, and applicable to real-world analyses questions.  Happily, copyright … Continue reading

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Presentation: “Rapid Population Shifts in Australia’s Tropical Montane Avifauna: Monitoring Responses to Climate Change”.

Plot showing the observed up-slope shift and slight increase in population size of Grey-headed Robins, (Heteromyias albispecularis) based on 15  years of monitoring in the Australian Wet Tropics. At ATBC in Cairns this year I am lucky enough to have … Continue reading

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