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Can we predict the capacity for thermoregulatory behaviour to buffer climate warming impacts?
16-August-2019

A large diversity of animals can use behavioural thermoregulation, which is the selection of microhabitats such as shade and sun patches or changes in activity patterns within days or between seasons, to maintain preferred body temperatures.

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AC21 Postgraduate course: Invasions Science for society
13-August-2019

Invasive species offer many important challenges to society. Their presence is intrinsically linked to human actions, but their impacts are felt across a wide range of environmental and socio-economic levels.

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Much more than just collisions – roads have wide footprints in arid environments
07-August-2019

The impact of roads extend much further than their actual physical boundaries with important implications for ecology and evolution of the surrounding biota. These effects also vary substantially along aridity gradients.

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How network theory can help understand and predict biological invasions
26-July-2019

Understanding and predicting biological invasions is challenging because of the large number and complexity of interacting players.

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