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Professor Angela Moles

Faculty: Science
Fields of Research (FoR): Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, Biogeography, Invasive SpeciesEcology, Ecological Impacts of Climate Change
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I lead the Big Ecology Lab, in the Evolution & Ecology Research Centre in the
Dr Katie Moon

Faculty: UNSW Canberra
Fields of Research (FoR): Environment policy, Conservation and biodiversity
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Dr Katie Moon is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Business at UNSW, Canberra.
Professor William Sherwin

Faculty: Science
Fields of Research (FoR): Conservation and Biodiversity, Molecular Evolution, Coding and Information Theory
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Molecular genetics in biodiversity management and fundamental evolutionary biology:  Sherwin’s multidisciplinary team introduced information theory methods to forecasting and measuring biodive
Professor Shawn Laffan

Faculty: Science
Fields of Research (FoR): Geospatial Information Systems, Physical Geography and Environmental Geoscience, Biogeography and Phylogeography
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My broad research area is in spatial data analysis using GIS and geocomputational tools to understand and address geographic problems and issues.  My current research focus is on biodiversity
Professor Torsten Thomas

Faculty: Science
Fields of Research (FoR): Microbial Ecology, Genomics, Bioinformatics, Microbiology
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I hold a Masters degree from the Rheinische Friedrich Wilhelms University in Bonn, Germany (1996) and obtained a PhD from University of New South Wales (2001).
Professor David Iain Warton

Faculty: Science
Fields of Research (FoR): Applied Statistics, Statistical Theory, Ecological Applications
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I am an ecological statistician who advances methodology for data analysis in ecology, to improve the ability of ecologists to answer important research questions.