Biodiverse Training Workshop
Biodiverse: A Tool for the Spatial Analysis of Biological and Related Diversity
13 and 14 December 2010
Biodiverse is a software package with tools for the spatial analysis of biological diversity using indices based on taxonomic, phylogenetic and matrix-based (e.g. genetic distance) relationships, as well as related environmental and temporal variations.
Special Guest Speaker
Shawn Laffan graduated with BSc(Hons) from ANU in 1994. After working at the CSIRO Division of Water Resources, he worked on his PhD in the Geography and Human Ecology Department at ANU. He then spent fours years (1999-2002) as a lecturer in the Department of Geography and Human Ecology and in SRES at the ANU, teaching GIS and geomorphology and is currently a Senior lecturer in BEES at UNSW. His broad research area is in spatial data analysis using GIS and geocomputational tools to understand and address geographic problems and issues. His current research focus is on biodiversity, disease modelling and terrain analysis.
For more information download the Biodiverse information sheet.
Download and install Biodiverse software.