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Professor Corey Bradshaw

Telephone +61 8 8313 5842
Position Director. Ecological Modelling
Email corey.bradshaw@adelaide.edu.au
Fax +61 8 8313 4347
Mobile +61 4 0069 7665
Building Mawson Laboratories
Floor/Room G 44a
Campus North Terrace
Org Unit School of Earth and Environmental Sciences

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Biography/ Background

I direct The Environment Institute's Climate and Ecology Centre and the School of Earth and Environmental SciencesGlobal Change Ecology Group.

I have a broad range of research interests including population dynamics, extinction theory, palaeo-ecology, sustainable harvest, invasive species and climate change impacts & mitigation (see more detail below). Read my Curriculum Vitae.

Please visit my biodiversity science blog ConservationBytes.com (with > 1.1 million views) and related social media links below.

Corey Bradshaw

Corey Bradshaw

Photo of CJA Bradshaw by A. Prokopec, courtesy of Adelaide Advertiser.

Qualifications

  • Postgraduate Certificate (Veterinary Conservation Medicine) (2005), Murdoch University, Perth, Australia
  • PhD Zoology (1999), University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
  • MSc Zoology (1994), University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
  • BSc Ecology (1992), Université de Montréal, Montréal, Québec, Canada
  • Awards & Achievements

  • 2013 Visiting Fellowship, Fudan University, Shanghai, China
  • 2012 Mid-Career Research Excellence Award, Faculty of Sciences, The University of Adelaide
  • 2011-2015 Australian Research Council Future Fellow Level 3
  • 2010 Australian Ecology Research Award, Ecological Society of Australia
  • 2010 Scopus Young Researcher of the Year (Life Science and Biological Science Category), Universities Australia/Elsevier/Scopus
  • 2010 Australian Academy of Science International Science Linkages-Science Academies fellowship to China
  • 2009 HG Andrewartha Medal, Royal Society of South Australia
  • 2008 South Australia Young Tall Poppy Science Award, Australian Institute of Policy & Science
  • 2005 Visiting Science Fellow, Australian Academy of Science
  • 2003 Research Excellence Award, University of Tasmania
  • Teaching Interests

    Available PhD projects

  • Correcting for the Signor-Lipps effect
  • Range dynamics and demographics of spatially structured reptile populations under global change
  • Current postgraduate/Honours students

  • Wayne Boardman, PhD. Eco-epidemiological models of Australian flying foxes
  • Bruno Carturan, PhD. Change in resilience of coral reef ecosystems (at UBC with Lael Parrott)
  • Leah Collett, PhD. Optimal survey and harvest models for South Australian macropods
  • David Deane, MSc. Predicting extinction risk for wetland plants relative to water-flow scenarios
  • Ben Heard, PhD. Energy systems in Australia and the introduction of nuclear power
  • Jarod Lyon, PhD. Murray River riparian and in-stream habitat restoration (with Arthur Rylah Institute)
  • Tracey Spokes, MSc. Phylogeography of climate change-sensitive tropical macroalgae
  • Michael Stead, PhD. Predicting biodiversity response to climate change
  • Completed PhDs

  • Dr. Siobhan C. de Little (UAdelaide)
  • Dr. Iain C. Field (UTAS)
  • Dr. Salvador Herrando-Perez awarded 'Dean's Commendation for Doctoral Thesis Excellence' (UAdelaide)
  • Dr. Sanghyun Hong awarded 'Dean's Commendation for Doctoral Thesis Excellence' (UAdelaide)
  • Dr. Ana Sequeira awarded 'Dean's Commendation for Doctoral Thesis Excellence' (UAdelaide)
  • Dr. Jai Sleeman (CDU)
  • Dr. Conrad Speed (CDU/AIMS)
  • Dr. Michele Thums (UTAS)
  • Dr. Bree Tillett (CDU/AIMS)
  • Dr. Lochran W. Traill (UAdelaide)
  • Dr. Kathryn E. Wheatley (UTAS)
  • Research Interests

    I have a diverse and multidisciplinary research portfolio that includes topics ranging from the dynamics of populations, predicting the vulnerability of species to environmental change, sustainable harvest & density reduction, disease dynamics, palaeo-ecology, vector ecology and environmental drivers of population change, including climate change biology. Specific research foci include analytical and computer simulation modelling, systems modelling, impacts of habitat modification on biodiversity, wildlife population management and sustainable harvest, evaluation of the minimum viable population size concept, examining the relative contribution of intrinsic (density feedback) factors on population trajectories and the ecology of invasive species. See my short Curriculum Vitae.

    Postdoctoral positions for which we are currently seeking applicants:

  • There are currently no open positions.
  • Current Post-doctoral Fellows:

  • Dr. Alice Jones: Population & habitat modelling (ARC Research Associate) 
  • Dr. Claudia Junge: Seascape genetics for shark management: an innovation in sustainable fisheries modelling (ARC Linkage Research Associate - active)
  • Dr. Camille Mellin: Predicting biodiversity patterns in tropical reef fish (AIMS-CERF Fellow - active)
  • Dr. Thomas Prowse: Population viability models of Pleistocene megafauna (ARC Discovery Research Associate - active)
  • Dr. Frédérik Saltré: Palaeo-ecological modelling (ARC Discovery Research Associate - active)
  • Past Post-doctoral Fellows:

  • Dr. Francis Clark (part time/contractual): Density dependence and time series analysis
  • Dr. Steven Delean: Models of regulation for predictions of extinction risk (ARC Discovery Research Associate)
  • Dr. Iain C. Field: Sustainable shark fisheries and shark ecology in northern Australia (ARC Linkage Research Associate)
  • Dr. Stephen Gregory: Range dynamics and demographics of spatially structured populations under global change
  • Dr. Clive R. McMahon: Ecological-epidemiologial models of disease spread in invasive swamp buffalo (ARC Linkage APDI)
  • Dr. Mike Watts: Ecological modelling (ARC Discovery Research Fellow)
  • Dr. Guojing Yang: Density regulation and environmental control of mosquito abundance in northern Australia (ARC Linkage Research Associate)
  • Principal (active) collaborators:

  • Miguel Araújo, Museo Nactional de Ciencas Naturales/Imperial College
  • Barry Brook, The University of Adelaide
  • Julian Caley, Australian Institute of Marine Science
  • Alan Cooper, The University of Adelaide
  • Paul Ehrlich, Stanford University
  • Dick Frankham, Macquarie University
  • Fangliang He, University of Alberta/Sun Yat-sen University
  • Chris Johnson, University of Tasmania
  • Bob Lacy, Chicago Zoological Society
  • Bill Laurance, James Cook University
  • Margie Mayfield, The University of Queensland
  • Mark Meekan, Australian Institute of Marine Science
  • Simon Nicol, Secretariat of the Pacific Community
  • Lael Parrott, University of British Columbia
  • Euan Ritchie, Deakin University
  • Jason Tanner, South Australian Research and Development Institute
  • Chris Turney, The University of New South Wales
  • Peter Ward, The University of Adelaide
  • Ian Warkentin, Memorial University
  • Thomas Wernberg, The University of Western Australia
  • Shurong Zhou, Fudan University
  • Research Funding

    Current & recently completed grants:

  • 2013-2015, ARC Discovery GrantGeneralised methods for testing extinction dynamics across geological, near and modern time scales
  • 2012-2015, ARC Linkage GrantIdentifying cost-effective reforestation approaches for biodiversity conservation and carbon sequestration in southern Australia
  • 2011-2015, ARC Future FellowshipSolving the problems of estimating extinction rates in recent and geological time
  • 2012-2014, ARC Discovery GrantMeta-modelling of ecological, evolutionary and climatic systems dynamics
  • 2012-2014, ARCLinkage GrantSeascape genetics for shark management: an innovation in sustainable fisheries modelling
  • 2011-2014, ARC Linkage GrantDeveloping best-practice approaches for restoring forest ecosystems that are resilient to climate change
  • 2011, Australian Centre for Ecological Analysis & Synthesis (ACEAS), Working Group GrantDetermining precise estimates of modern biodiversity extinction rates
  • 2011, ARC, Linkage, Infrastructure, Equipment & Facilities (LIEF) Grant, Enhancement of South Australian high-performance computing facilities
  • 2011-2014, ARC Super Science FellowshipsMulti-model predictions of ecosystem flux under climate change based on novel genetic and image analysis methods
  • 2010-2012, South Australian Premier's Science and Research FundTRansect for ENvironmental monitoring and Decision making (TREND): adaptive management of productive and native systems for climate change
  • 2009-2011, Australian Government International Science Linkage Programme, Strategic Japanese-Australian Cooperative Program on "Marine Science", Genetic diversity of calcareous macroalgae and their vulnerability to global climate changes
  • 2009-2013, ARC Linkage Grant, Identifying cost-effective reforestation approaches for biodiversity conservation and carbon sequestration in the Australian wet tropics
  • 2009, ARC-NZ Research Network for Vegetation FunctionForecasting climate-driven changes to the distribution and diversity of marine flora
  • 2008-2009, ZoNeCo, New Caledonia, Sustainable management of deep-sea snapper stocks in New Caledonia
  • 2008-2010, ARC Discovery GrantDensity regulation as a major determinant of population persistence: advancing empirical and theoretical approaches to conserve biodiversity
  • 2007-2009, Australian Antarctic Program GrantDigging up the past: the impact of life history traits on royal penguins (Eudyptes schlegeli)
  • 2008-2009, Seaworld Grant, Gene profiling shark catches: do we know what we're catching?
  • 2007-2008, Charles Darwin University Project Grant, Modelling savanna biomass at continental and global scales
  • 2007-2009, DEWHAExtinction risk, threat assessment and priority management actions for the East Coast population of grey nurse shark (Carcharias taurus) in Australia
  • 2007-2009, DEWHADistribution and abundance of Glyphis spp. in Northern Australia and their potential interactions with commercial fisheries
  • 2007-2009, WA-DECHabitat use and migration patterns of silvertip and grey reef sharks at Rowley Shoals
  • 2007-2009, IMOS-Australian Acoustic Tagging and Monitoring SystemHabitat use and migration patterns of silvertip and grey reef sharks at Rowley Shoals
  • 2006-2009, ARC Linkage Grant, Ecological-epidemiological models of feral swamp buffalo control in northern Australia
  • 2006-2009, ARC Linkage Grant, Estimating fishing-related mortality and designing sustainable management protocols for shark fisheries in northern Australia
  • 2006-2009, ARC Linkage Grant, Modelling and control of mosquito-borne diseases in Darwin using long-term monitoring
  • Publications

    Selected recent publications (see also Full Publications List; Google Scholar Profile; Researcher ID Profile)

  • BRADSHAW, CJA, BW BROOK. 2014. Human population reduction is not a quick fix for environmental problems. P Natl Acad Sci USA 111:16610-16615. doi:10.1073/pnas.1410465111
  • PROWSE, TAA, CN JOHNSON, P CASSEY, CJA BRADSHAW, BW BROOK. In press. Ecological and economic benefits to cattle rangelands of restoring an apex predator. J Appl Ecol doi:10.1111/1365-2664.12378
  • HONG, S, CJA BRADSHAW, BW BROOK. 2014. Nuclear power can reduce emissions and maintain a strong economy: rating Australia's optimal future electricity-generation mix by technologies and policies. Appl Energy 136: 712-725. doi:10.1016/j.apenergy.2014.09.062
  • BROOK, BW, CJA BRADSHAW. 2014. Key role for nuclear energy in global biodiversity conservation. Conserv Biol doi:10.1111/cobi.12433
  • LIU, JJ, F SONG, X ZHANG, S ZHOU, M CADOTTE, CJA BRADSHAW. 2014. Explaining maximum variation in productivity requires phylogenetic diversity and single functional traits. Ecology doi:10.1890/14-1034.1
  • MELLIN, C, K MENGERSEN, CJA BRADSHAW, MJ CALEY. 2014. Generalizing the use of geographical weights in biodiversity modelling. Global Ecol Biogeogr 23:1314-1323. doi:10.1111/geb.12203
  • HONG, S, CJA BRADSHAW, BW BROOK. 2014. South Korean energy scenarios show how nuclear power can reduce future energy and environmental costs. Energ Policy 74:569-578. doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2014.05.054
  • BRADSHAW, CJA, BW BROOK, S DELEAN, DA FORDHAM, S HERRANDO-PÉREZ, P CASSEY, R EARLY, C SEKERCIOGLU, MB ARAÚJO. 2014. Predictors of contraction and expansion of area of occupancy for British birds. P Roy Soc B-Biol Sci 281:20140744. doi:10.1098/rspb.2014.0744
  • SEQUEIRA, AMM, PEJ ROETMAN, CB DANIELS, AK BAKER, CJA BRADSHAW. 2014. Distribution models for koalas in South Australia using citizen science-collected data. Ecol Evol 4:2103-2114. doi:10.1002/ece3.1094
  • MOEN, J, L RIST, K BISHOP, FS CHAPIN III, D ELLISON, T KUULUVAINEN, H PETERSSON, K PUETTMANN, J RAYNER, IG WARKENTIN, CJA BRADSHAW. 2014. Eye on the taiga: removing global policy impediments to safeguard the boreal forest. Conserv Lett 7:408-418. doi:10.1111/conl.12098
  • HERRANDO-PÉREZ, S, S DELEAN, BW BROOK, P CASSEY, CJA BRADSHAW. 2014. Spatial climate patterns explain negligible variation in strength of compensatory density feedback in birds and mammals. PLoS One 9:e91536. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0091536
  • FRANKHAM, R, CJA BRADSHAW, BW BROOK. 2014. Genetics in conservation management: revised recommendations for the 50/500 rules, Red List criteria and population viability analyses. Biol Conserv 170:53-63. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2013.12.036
  • MELLIN, C, CJA BRADSHAW, DA FORDHAM, MJ CALEY. 2014. Strong but opposing β-diversity-stability relationships in coral reef fish communities. P Roy Soc B 281:20131993. doi:10.1098/rspb.2013.1993
  • HERRANDO-PÉREZ, S, BW BROOK, CJA BRADSHAW. 2014. Ecology needs a convention of nomenclature. BioScience 64:311-321. doi:10.1093/biosci/biu013
  • PROWSE, TAA, CN JOHNSON, CJA BRADSHAW, BW BROOK. 2014. An ecological regime shift resulting from disrupted predator-prey interactions in Holocene Australia. Ecology 95:693-702. doi:10.1890/13-0746.1
  • SEQUEIRA, AMM, C MELLIN, DA FORDHAM, MG MEEKAN, CJA BRADSHAW. 2014. Predicting current and future global distributions of whale sharks. Glob Change Biol 20:778-789. doi:10.1111/gcb.12343
  • GIBSON, L, AJ LYNAM, CJA BRADSHAW, F HE, DP BICKFORD, DS WOODRUFF, S BUMRUNGSRI, WF LAURANCE. 2013. Near-complete extinction of native small mammal fauna 25 years following forest fragmentation. Science 341:1508-1510. doi:10.1126/science.1240495
  • BRADSHAW, CJA, IC FIELD, CR MCMAHON, GJ JOHNSON, MG MEEKAN, RC BUCKWORTH. 2013. More analytical bite in estimating targets for shark harvest. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 488:221-232. doi:10.3354/meps10375
  • BRADSHAW, CJA. 2013. Biowealth: all creatures great and small. The Curious Country. Dayton, L (ed.). pp. 30-33. Office of the Chief Scientist of Australia. ANU E Press, Canberra, Australia
  • LAURANCE, WF, DC USECHE, SG LAURANCE, CJA BRADSHAW. 2013. Predicting publication success for biologists. BioScience 63:817-823. doi:10.1525/bio.2013.63.10.9
  • doi:10.1111/gcb.12289
  • BRADSHAW, CJA, DMJS BOWMAN, NR BOND, BP MURPHY, AD MOORE, DA FORDHAM, R THACKWAY, et al. 2013. Brave new green world - consequences of a carbon economy for the conservation of Australian biodiversity. Biol Conserv 161:71-90. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2013.02.012
  • HONG, S, CJA BRADSHAW, BW BROOK. 2013. Evaluating options for the future energy mix of Japan after the Fukushima nuclear crisis. Energ Policy 56:418-424. doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2013.01.002 [PDF]
  • ADLER, CJ, K DOBNEY, LS WEYRICH, J KAIDONIS, AW WALKER, W HAAK, CJA BRADSHAW, G TOWNSEND, A SOƁTYSIAK, KW ALT, J PARKHILL, A COOPER. 2013. Sequencing ancient calcified dental plaque shows changes in oral microbiota with dietary shifts of the Neolithic and Industrial revolutions. Nat Gen 45:450-455. doi:10.1038/ng.2536
  • PROWSE, TAA, CN JOHNSON, RC LACY, CJA BRADSHAW, JP POLLAK, MJ WATTS, BW BROOK. 2013. No need for disease: testing extinction hypotheses for the thylacine using multi-species metamodels. J Anim Ecol 82:355-364. doi:10.1111/1365-2656.12029 [PDF]
  • LAURANCE WF, DC USECHE, J RENDEIRO, M KALKA, CJA BRADSHAW, SP SLOAN, SG LAURANCE, M CAMPBELL and 208 others. 2012. Averting biodiversity collapse in tropical forest protected areas. Nature 489:290-294. doi:10.1038/nature11318
  • HERRANDO-PÉREZ, S, S DELEAN, BW BROOK, CJA BRADSHAW. 2012. Density dependence: an ecological Tower of Babel. Oecologia 170:585-603. doi:10.1007/s00442-012-2347-3 [PDF]
  • VAN OOSTERZEE, P, J BLIGNAUT, CJA BRADSHAW. 2012. iREDD hedges against avoided deforestation's unholy trinity of leakage, permanence and additionality. Conserv Lett 5:266-273. doi:10.1111/j.1755-263X.2012.00237.x [PDF]
  • HERRANDO-PÉREZ, S, S DELEAN, BW BROOK, CJA BRADSHAW. 2012. Decoupling of component and ensemble density feedbacks in birds and mammals. Ecology 93:1728-1740. doi:10.1890/11-1415.1 [PDF]
  • BRADSHAW, CJA, A COOPER, CSM TURNEY, BW BROOK. 2012. Robust estimates of extinction time in the geological record. Quaternary Sci Rev 33:14-19.  doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2011.11.021 [PDF]
  • BRADSHAW, CJA. 2012. Little left to lose: deforestation and forest degradation in Australia since European colonisation. J Plant Ecol 5:109-120, doi:10.1093/jpe/RTR038 [PDF]
  • BRADSHAW, CJA, CR MCMAHON, PS MILLER, RC LACY, ML VERANT, JP POLLAK, DA FORDHAM, MJ WATTS, TAA PROWSE, BW BROOK. 2012. Novel coupling of individual-based epidemiological and demographic models predict realistic dynamics of tuberculosis in alien buffalo. J Appl Ecol 49:268-277. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2664.2011.02081.x [PDF]
  • MY PAPERS RECOMMENDED/HIGHLIGHTED ELSEWHERE

  • Key role for nuclear energy in global biodiversity conservation (Conserv Mag 2014)
  • Human population reduction is not a quick fix for environmental problems (Science 2014)
  • Genetics in conservation management: revised recommendations for the 50/500 rules, Red List criteria and population viability analyses (Editor's Choice, Biol Conserv 2014)
  • An ecological regime shift resulting from disrupted predator-prey interactions in Holocene Australia (Science 2014)
  • Near-complete extinction of native small mammal fauna 25 years following forest fragmentation (Nature 2013; Current Biology 2013)
  • Predicting publication success for biologists (F1000Prime 2013)
  • Sequencing ancient calcified dental plaque shows changes in oral microbiota with dietary shifts of the Neolithic and Industrial revolutions (Science 2013; F1000Prime 2013)
  • Averting biodiversity collapse in tropical forest protected areas (F1000Prime 2012)
  • Global evidence that deforestation amplifies flood risk and severity in the developing world (Nature 2007; F1000Prime 2007)
  • Professional Associations

  • Leading Member of the Alliance of Leading Environmental Researchers & Thinkers (ALERT) (2013- )
  • Science Excellence Awards SA (panel judge) (2014)
  • Indianapolis Prize (Animal Conservation) Jury Member (2014)
  • Faculty of 1000 Member & Advisor for F1000Research (2013- )
  • Fellow of the Royal Society of South Australia
  • Editor, (2012- ), Ecology Letters
  • Former Associate Editor (2006-2014), Journal of Animal Ecology
  • Former Editor (2011-2013), Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment
  • Former 'In Focus' Editor (2008-2013), Journal of Animal Ecology
  • Former Senior Editor (2008-2010), Conservation Letters
  • Former Subject Editor (2007-2009), Biotropica
  • Former Theme Member, Biodiversity & Resources, Adaptation Research Network, NCCARF Marine Biodiversity and Resources
  • Former Member, Australian Institute of Policy and Science
  • Former Member Thematic Reference Group (TRG) on Environment, Agriculture and Infectious Diseases, UNICEF/UNDP/World Bank/WHO Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR)
  • Member Ecological Society of Australia
  • Member British Ecological Society
  • Member Ecological Society of America
  • Member Society for Conservation Biology
  • Member Australian Marine Sciences Association
  • Former Member IUCN Species Survival Commission Crocodile Specialist Group
  • Community Engagement

    My articles in The Conversation

  • It's time for environmentalists to give nuclear a fair go
  • Why we're opposing Western Australia's shark cull: scientists
  • Marsupial extinctions: don't blame the dingoes
  • Pro-nuclear greenies? Thinking outside the box with Pandora's Promise
  • Predicting who will publish or perish as career academics
  • Making national parks truly national
  • Our national parks must be more than playgrounds or paddocks
  • De-extinction is about as sensible as de-death
  • Worrying about global tipping points distracts from real planetary threats
  • Degraded microcosms: loss of oral biodiversity will kill you
  • Can Australia afford the dingo fence?
  • The end of field ecology?
  • Selected recent press (see also here for a complete list of recent media hits)

  • Washington Post - Why climate change is forcing some environmentalists to back nuclear power (Dec 2014)
  • Farm Weekly - Predators can benefit pasture (Dec 2014)
  • Scientific American - Birth control could help the environment, but not quickly (Oct 2014)
  • The Guardian - Global overpopulation would ‘withstand war, disasters and disease' (Oct 2014)
  • Science - No way to stop human population growth? (Oct 2014)
  • Washington Post - Stop pretending we can fix the environment by curbing population growth (Oct 2014)
  • BBC - Population controls ‘will not solve environment issues' (Oct 2014)
  • 2SER Radio - World wildlife populations have halved in the past 40 years... (Oct 2014)
  • Adelaide Advertiser - Scientists push for continued fishing bans in SA marine park sanctuary zones (Aug 2014)
  • Guardian - WA shark cull condemned by global group of marine scientists (Jul 2014)
  • Hijacked - Hundreds of marine experts speak out about Western Australia's shark cull (Jul 2014)
  • ABC - Threatened Species Commissioner lacks teeth (authored) (Jul 2014)
  • ABC - Feral cats: the worst predator of all - listen (May 2014)
  • Phys.org - South Australia's citizens make koalas count (Apr 2014)
  • Mongabay - Scientists urge ban on roads in intact wilderness areas (Mar 2014)
  • ABC - Scientists resign 'living dead' species to extinction, call for triage debate (Mar 2014)
  • Mongabay - Scientists blast Australian leader's proposed ban on parks (Mar 2014)
  • Recent university press releases

  • Nuclear should be in the energy mix for biodiversity (15/12/2014)
  • Dingoes bring economic benefit to cattle graziers (11/12/2014)
  • Reducing population is no environmental 'quick fix' (28/10/2014)
  • South Australia's citizens make koalas count (30/04/2014)
  • For scientists, early to press means success (19/09/2013)
  • Dingo wrongly blamed for extinctions (09/09/2013)
  • 30-year woodland trial underway at Monarto (13/06/2013)
  • A carbon economy can help save our species too (15/05/2013)
  • Ancient teeth bacteria record disease evolution (18/02/2013)
  • Avoiding biodiversity collapse in tropical forest reserves (26/07/2012)
  • Saving forests? Take a leaf from insurance industry's book (18/04/2012)
  • Speaking engagements (see also here for a complete list)

    Upcoming events

  • Harry Harris Oration, USANZ (Adelaide) (11/04/2015) 
  • Past events

  • 'The bees knees: the importance of pollinators and their recent decline' - Science in the Pub (Adelaide) (05/12/2014)
  • 'Human population reduction is not a quick fix for environmental problems' - University of Sydney (13/11/2014)
  • 'Whale sharks' - undisclosed primary school (South Australia) (07/11/2014)
  • 'Introduction to ecological modelling' - Stats Solutions (Ecological Modelling Group), The University of Adelaide (07/10/2014)
  • 'Make Your Science Matter' - Workshop at Ecological Society of Australia Annual Meeting, Alice Springs (01/10/2014)
  • 'Power to save nature: a key role of nuclear energy in global biodiversity conservation' - Presentation at Ecological Society of Australia Annual Meeting, Alice Springs (28/09 - 03/10/2014)
  • 'Increasing the success of tropical reserves to protect biodiversity' - Presentation at Fudan University Ministry of Education Key Laboratory of Biodiversity and Ecological Engineering, Summer School on Biodiversity and Global Change, Shanghai, China (20/08/2014)
  • Ngeringa Wines Feral Feast, Mount Barker, South Australia - 'Eat a feral a week'  (27/07/2014)
  • Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation Annual Meeting, Cairns  - 'National emphasis on high-level protection reduces risk of biodiversity decline in tropical forest reserves' (23/07/2014)
  • National Landcare Network Annual Meeting, Adelaide - keynote address (26/05/2014)
  • Macquarie University, Department of Biological Sciences - ‘Sampling while Australia burns: out-of-box approaches to save the world' (invited seminar) (07/05/2014)
  • Royal Institution of Australia (RiAus), Adelaide - 'Be recognised as the expert: communicating science to the public and media' (panel; watch part 1, part 2)  (01/05/2014)
  • NRM Science Conference, Keynote Address, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide - 'South Australia's tattered environmental remains - cohesion of effort is our only option' (watch) (15/04/2014)
  • Laboratoire Ecologie, Systématique & Evolution, Université Paris Sud, Orsay, France - ‘Pimp my profile' (20/02/2014)
  • International Master in Applied Ecology, Université de Poitiers, Poitiers, France - 'Brave new green world' and 'Quantifying biodiversity loss and biowealth degradation' (11/02/2014)
  • Dangerous Ideas in Zoology, Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW - 'Splitting atoms to preserve biodiversity' (02/11/2013)
  • World Vasectomy Day, Royal Institution of Australia, Adelaide - Panel Discussion (18/10/2013)
  • Willunga Environment Centre, Willunga, SA - 'Current state of world biodiversity: our impoverished future life support system' (08/10/2013)
  • Royal Society of South Australia Climate Change SA Symposium 2013, UniSA, Adelaide - 'Brave New Green World: managing carbon & biodiversity together in a warming world' (04/10/2013)
  • Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Palaeontology, Evolution & Systematics, Flinders University, Adelaide - 'The GRIWM: robust estimates of extinction time in the geological record' (03/10/2013)
  • Metapopulation Research Group, University of Helsinki, Finland - 'Brave new green world: managing threatened carbon pools from the boreal to Australia' (26/09/2013)
  • Making Science Matter, University of Helsinki, Finland - 'What makes the policy wonks take notice? Applied science isn't enough' (25/09/2013)
  • Making Science Matter, University of Helsinki, Finland - 'How to engage your audience: telling your science story in presentation' (24/09/2013)
  • Making Science Matter, University of Helsinki, Finland - 'Pimp my profile: maximising exposure of you and your research' (23/09/2013)
  • INTECOL 2013, London, UK - 'Pimp my profile' (19/08/2013)
  • INTECOL 2013, London, UK - 'Explaining range shifts in British birds' (19/08/2013)
  • 26th International Congress for Conservation Biology, Baltimore, USA - 'The dingo absolved: human impact and carnivore extinction in the disrupted ecosystem of prehistoric Australia' (22/07/2013)
  • Scientific Networking Evening, Australian Society for Medical Research & Healthy Development Adelaide, Adelaide - 'Social and other media for scientists' (04/06/2013)
  • Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China - 'Quantifying biodiversity loss and biowealth degradation' (29/04/2013)
  • Fudan University, Shanghai, China - 'Quantifying biodiversity loss and biowealth degradation' (26/04/2013)
  • Australian National University, Canberra - 'Avoiding a collapse of civilisation Our chances, prospects and pathways forward' (22/03/2013)
  • WOMADelaide, Adelaide - 'The elephants in the room - the limits to growth' (11/03/2013)
  • Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) Symposium, Canberra - 'Brave new green world - consequences of a carbon economy for the conservation of Australian biodiversity' (20/02/2013)
  • Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) Symposium, Canberra - 'Bias in extinction predictions from species-area relationships' (21/02/2013)
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