Ben Thiessen

Danait Ghebrezgabhier(1) and Giulia Porro (2) (1)Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA), PO Box 7051, ACT 2610, Danait.Ghebrezgabhier@afma.gov.au, @azmarinae (2) Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA), PO Box 7051, ACT 2610, Giulia.Porro@afma.gov.au, @loveateverybite This presentation explores whether tools utilised to manage Commonwealth fisheries...
  • January 27, 2016
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Prof Stephen Williams The primary aim of the National Adaptation Research Plan for Terrestrial Biodiversity (NARP-TB) is to identify the research required to assist managers and policy makers of Australia’s terrestrial biodiversity systems to prepare for, and adapt to, climate...
  • January 25, 2016
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Simon Ferrier (1), Thomas D Harwood (1), Kristen J Williams (1), Andrew Hoskins (1), Karel Mokany (1), Alex Bush (1), Chris Ware (1), Glenn Manion (2) 1   CSIRO Land and Water, PO Box 1600, ACT 2601, Australia 2   NSW Office of Environment and...
  • January 13, 2016
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Torie Baker 1, Paula Cullenberg 2 1 Alaska Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program University of Alaska Fairbanks, Box 814, Cordova, Alaska, 99574, torie.baker@alaska.edu, @toriealaska1 2 Alaska Sea Grant University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1007 West Third, Suite 100, Anchorage, Alaska 99501, paula.cullenberg@alaska.edu ,...
  • January 6, 2016
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Shih-fan Chan Climate change is known to modify both climatic mean and variability. Environmental variability  has  long  been  considered  an  important  regulator  of  species  interactions, particularly  interspecific  competition.  However,  although  increasing  studies  have focused  on  the  biological  impacts  of  changing  climatic  mean  and  variability,  their interacting  effects  on  species  interaction,  and ...
  • January 6, 2016
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John M Pandolfi 1, Brigitte Sommer 2, Maria Beger 3, Eugenia M. Sampayo 4, Sun Wook Kim 1 Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, School of Biological Sciences, The University of Queensland, Brisbane QLD 4072 Australia, j.pandolfi@uq.edu.au, @JohnPandolfi 2 Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, School of Biological Sciences, The University of Queensland, Brisbane QLD 4072 Australia, brigitte.sommer@optusnet.com.au 3 Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Science, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, QLD 4072, m.beger@uq.edu.au, @mariabeger 4 Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, School of Biological Sciences, The University of Queensland, Brisbane QLD 4072 Australia, e.sampayo@uq.edu.au, 5 Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, School of Biological Sciences, The University of Queensland, Brisbane QLD 4072 Australia, sun.w.kim@uq.edu.au, The  capability  of  species  to  move  across  biogeographic  transition  zones  depends  on  the  magnitude  and rate  of  environmental  change,  species  traits  and  life  histories,  dispersal  limitation,  evolutionary  response, and ...
  • January 6, 2016
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JG Hiddink 1, MT Burrows 2, J Garcia Molinos 3 1 School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University, Menai Bridge, Anglesey, LL59 5AB, UK, J.Hiddink@bangor.ac.uk, @Macomabalthica 2 Scottish Association for Marine Science, Scottish Marine Institute Oban, Argyll PA37 1QA, UK 3 Scottish Association for...
  • January 6, 2016
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Jennifer Sunday1 1 Biodiversity Research Centre, University of British Columbia, 2212 Main Mall, Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4,  Sunday@biodiversity.ubc.ca,  @jennsunday As the world has warmed, species distributions have moved polewards in latitude, upwards in elevation and deeper in depth. This global redistribution...
  • January 5, 2016
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Michael R. Kearney1, Warren P. Porter2 1 The University of Melbourne, School of BioSciences, Victoria, 3010 mrke@unimelb.edu.au 2 The University of Wisconsin, School of BioSciences, Victoria, 3010 mrke@unimelb.edu.au Mechanistic niche modelling involves the computation of heat, water and nutritional budgets...
  • January 5, 2016
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Camille Parmesan1 1 Plymouth University, Drakes Circus, Plymouth, Devon PL4 8AA; camille.parmesan@plymouth.ac.uk There have been  several global as well as regional meta-analyses of observed impacts of anthropogenic climate change on the distributions of species around the world.  I will give...
  • January 5, 2016
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