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Ruth Reef
Senior Lecturer, School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment, Monash University. Coastal oceanography and Biogeography. Birdwatcher. Views are my own.
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melanie finch Jul 12
At Broken Hill mapping camp with a group of 3rd year structural geology students. Seriously impressive maps developing 😍🤩
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Andrew Mackintosh Jul 11
My first conference talk today as a employee. Session JP04b Rm 512E at 16.45. . I’ll be followed by on a similar topic. features in both.
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Caitlin Moore Jul 9
Had a wonderful visit to to present my work. Thanks to & for hosting me - the badges look 👌
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Vanessa Wong Jul 3
I had such fun being a judge at the competition and was blown away by the quality of all the talks. Congratulations to winner Tom Fisher from who goes on to the university-wide round. Go !
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Ruth Reef Jun 29
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Cambridge FilmWorks Jun 26
Winning Team! Great to be involved with these folks helping to make their film that won the video category at Earth Photo 2019
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Ben Evans Jun 26
So surprised and delighted with this. It is in the exhibition throughout the summer.
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Andrew Mackintosh Jun 26
Great fun taking a new group photo today. It was followed by a BBQ kindly organised by our postgraduate committee.
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Pim Bongaerts Jun 19
Looking for a postdoc (2.5yrs) to join my lab at the ! Come work with us on an exciting new project, leveraging genomics to study reef-wide patterns of scleractinian coral diversity. Please RT 🙏 Ad: Lab: 🚧
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Vishnu Prahalad Jun 18
Paul Boon demonstrating the limitations of the traditional/linear approach to knowledge transfer in science and arguing for an increased role of advocacy by conservation scientists, , more in this special issue of
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Dr Cameron Webb Jun 18
I’m missing the Australian Mangrove and Saltmarsh Network meeting this year, such a shame as it was such a wonderful meeting last year. Keep an eye on for all your coastal ecology and management news this week! 💦🌱
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Liz Resurreccion Jun 18
so many new learnings that I can’t wait to share back home 🇵🇭
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Emma Asbridge Jun 17
:Lateral export contributes 70-95% of blue carbon budget! This needs to be considered!
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The Connolly Lab Jun 18
Great talk from discussing the science behind valuing Australia’s blue economy
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Paul Carnell Jun 18
talking about the global project and talking about about historical mapping of encroachment into at
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Emma Asbridge Jun 18
Super interesting talk on integrating ecosytem services into environmental law and how this can protect wetlands. Such a complex topic-spatial defciencis, definition issues, fragmentation of ecosystem services and laws... to name just a few!!
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Emma Asbridge Jun 18
"Wetland restoration is feasible and government policies are important and we should try to influence policies for restoration"
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Emma Asbridge Jun 17
Great presentation by Stable sea level over the Holocene has meant that there was plenty of time to fill accommodation space. Sea level rise will increase accommodation space. Resilience depends on sediment and organic matter supply
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Ashley Whitt Jun 18
Great talk about the perceptions of whether to mangroves are friend or foe in New Zealand by at . Great insights after interviewing community groups, councils, and ecologist. Check out her recent paper in Sustainability
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Vishnu Prahalad Jun 18
Strong and diverse contributions from and today on at the with talks by PhD candidates John Aalders on , Violet Harrison-Day on and Inger Visby from the Derwent Estuary Program on baseline monitoring & management
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