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Cath Lovelock May 28
Bank erosion on the deforested edges of the Daintree River after the January floods. Restoring riparian forests is good for the River and the reef.
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Dr Emily Pidgeon May 17
Please spread the word - is looking for another team member to lead our work on and Ocean policy.
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Dr Emily Pidgeon Apr 30
We are looking for someone special to join the dynamic Blue Climate team at including working closely with the CI staff around the world on coastal adaptation and mitigation and coordinating the .
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Cath Lovelock Apr 23
Our vulnerability to sea level rise analysis in 2015 () did not identify the region as highly vulnerable, and Schuerch et al. (2019, ) arrives at similar conclusion if sediment supply is maintained.
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Cath Lovelock Mar 25
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Aus Rivers Institute Mar 13
NEW avaliable. We are seeking an experienced to develop and lead a programme of on and/or physical processes as an Associate Professor.
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Cath Lovelock Mar 18
Thanks Dan - the special issue on Blue Carbon in Biology Letters is almost there!
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💧Kerrylee Rogers Mar 7
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Cath Lovelock Mar 8
Yes - put me on your list
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Ruth Reef Feb 28
A reminder that we are accepting registrations and abstract submissions for the meeting in Melbourne June 18-20 (an Australian focus meeting)
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MMM5 Mangrove Meeting Mar 1
FOUR MONTHS to go until MMM5 begins in Singapore!
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Ruth Reef Feb 6
Pleased to announce a Call for Abstracts for : Wetlands of the Future which will be held in Melbourne, Australia June 18-20 2019. An ideal opportunity to broaden your coastal wetland, estuarine and environmental sciences network. Details here:
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Dan Friess Jan 23
Wanna hear the best mangrove science and policy work across the globe? Then sign up for MMM5 in Singapore 1st-5th July!
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Cath Lovelock Jan 17
Replying to @john_p_rafferty
Dugong dugon; so close!
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Cath Lovelock Jan 11
Knife - I like to look inside stuff - you know, soils, seeds, roots, twigs.
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Cath Lovelock Jan 8
Replying to @bluecology
There is some data on bycatch, in an FRDC report. Kind of lends itself to an eco path model.
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Cath Lovelock Jan 8
Replying to @bluecology
Sea snakes are also significant component of trawling bycatch. Sharks going hungry?
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Cath Lovelock Jan 5
Happy start to 2019! Online in Ecosystems today from Andrew Swales of NIWA - how winds and spring tides lead to surface elevation gains in NZ mangroves.
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Cath Lovelock Dec 7
has data from Exmouth. NQld and Victoria
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Cath Lovelock Nov 28
Our Head of School, Prof Margie Mayfield - she is on the 2018 highly cited list.
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