Space is filling up quickly for the Student Conference on Conservation Science – Australia 2019!


Space is filling up quickly for the Student Conference on Conservation Science – Australia 2019! Still thinking about attending SCCS-Australia 2019? As the registration deadline approaches, more and more students are registering to present their research to conservation scientists from around the world.  Register now while spots are still open! To complete your registration, you will need … Continue reading Space is filling up quickly for the Student Conference on Conservation Science – Australia 2019!

Survey on wildlife vulnerability to anthropogenic night light and noise


Hannah Zimmerman, a student from Boise State University in the US is requesting assistance from SCB members with a survey on how vulnerable wildlife are to anthropogenic night light and noise. As part of a larger study from Boise State University, California Polytechnic State, and Utah State Universities and with support from NASA and National … Continue reading Survey on wildlife vulnerability to anthropogenic night light and noise

SCCS Update: scholarships and registration


Congratulations to all the Student Conference on Conservation Science – Australia 2019 scholarship recipients! We have now notified all successful applicants for scholarship to attend SCCS-Australia. We received so many great applications from promising post-graduate students, and we hope many of them will still be able to attend. If you have been selected, be sure you follow the … Continue reading SCCS Update: scholarships and registration

Conservation Connection – Oceania!


We’re excited to announce that the Conservation Connection Oceania Community is now online! Conservation Connection is an online community platform designed for SCB members to collaborate, share and connect with one another. Oceania now has our own community to facilitate communication between SCB members in our region. From our 2014 member survey, and feedback surveys following our … Continue reading Conservation Connection – Oceania!

Scholarships for the 3rd Student Conference on Conservation Science – Australia


Scholarship applications for the 3rd Student Conference on Conservation Science – Australia are now open! Scholarships are available for presenters from developing countries and students without institutional support in the Asia-Pacific region. Scholarships will cover round-trip airfare, transport to and from Brisbane, conference registration, accommodation, and meals over the duration of the conference. Apply for a Scholarship … Continue reading Scholarships for the 3rd Student Conference on Conservation Science – Australia

Science Week Science on Tap Event, Brisbane


To celebrate National Science Week the Society for Conservation Biology UQ chapter is hosting a Science on Tap event at one of Brisbane’s staple bars, The Bearded Lady! Our topic of the evening is ‘human-nature connectedness’; the reasons behind why and how some people feel more connected to nature, the benefits this connection can provide … Continue reading Science Week Science on Tap Event, Brisbane

SCBO 2018 Call for Abstracts & Registration Now Open


Come to Wellington, NZ, to share your amazing conservation research and practice. And take part in some cracking field trips and events while you’re at it!  http://wellington2018.scboceania.org/    Registration for the conference is now open. Early bird registration closes 13 April 2018. Abstract submissions are now welcomed. Deadline for submission is 12 January 2018.

Public Forum: Northern Australia – the new development frontier?


Northern Australia has some of the world’s most extensive intact savannah woodlands and pristine river systems. This is an area encompassing the tropical regions of Queensland, Northern Territory and Western Australia. It is also an area of significant cultural values for indigenous communities, many relying on its ecosystem services. Australian governments of all persuasions have … Continue reading Public Forum: Northern Australia – the new development frontier?