The Landscape Ecology and Conservation Group works across a range of temporal and spatial scales and utilises a variety of methods including field surveys, remote sensing and geographic information systems (GIS), and ecological and spatial modeling to address the following areas of interest:
  • Conservation in human-modified landscapes.  This research aims to understand the consequences of human modification of landscapes for biodiversity conservation.
  • Climate change, landscape change and biodiversity.  Through this research linkages between climate and landscape/land use change and biodiversity are explored.
  • Landscape systems.  This research explores landscape systems and the consequences for sustainable land management.

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