EDG PhD student Jasmine Lee has been awarded the Ecological Society of Australia student research award which acknowledges 'enthusiastic and independent researchers'. She is one of only 10 recipients of the national award for 2014. Jasmine's project is entitled "Predicting the impact of climate change on Antarctica’s biodiversity" and is supervised by Justine Shaw, Richard Fuller, Iadine Chades and Aleks Terauds.
The Environmental Decisions Group is a network of conservation researchers working on the science of effective decision making to better conserve biodiversity. The EDG includes a variety of Australian and International research centres, hubs and teams, all focused on Environmental Decisions Science, including, but not limited to:
With such a wide range of scientific institutions and groups involved in The EDG, including hundreds of researchers ranging from PhD, Masters and Honours students, through Early Career Researchers to senior Research fellows, research funding obviously comes from a variety of sources. However in 2011, The EDG simultaneously secured substantial funding through the Australian Research Council Centres of Excellence program and the Australian Governments National Environmental Research Program.
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