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EOIs open for Ecosystem Surveillance and Supporting Long-Term Research Working Groups

30 November 2015

Like its development, the implementation of Foundations for the future is a consultative and collaborative process with scope for wide participation and collaboration with existing programs and groups.

We're pleased to announce the new Data Resources Working Group that will work with the Council and the ecosystem science community to advance progress towards the 'Making the most of data resources' Key Direction:

  • Dr Elisabeth Bui, CSIRO
  • David Crossman, AIMS
  • Claire DeLacey, TERN / ANU
  • Dr Remko Duursma, Western Sydney University
  • Dr Serryn Eagleson, AURIN, The University of Melbourne
  • Dr Brad Evans, TERN / University of Sydney
  • Dr Daniel Falster, Macquarie University
  • Dr Erika Lawley, Adelaide
  • Thalie Partridge, Central Land Council
  • Prof Stuart Phinn, UQ / Ecosystem Science Council
  • Dr Peter Scarth, UQ
  • Tina Schroeder, TERN / University of Adelaide
  • Dr Anita Smyth, TERN / University of Adelaide / Ecosystem Science Council
  • Jeff Tranter, Department of the Environment
  • Gavin Winter, QUT
  • Dr Andre Zerger, Bureau of Meteorology

You can read more about the Working Group here, along with some additional advisors who'll be helping them.

Expressions of Interest have also just opened for the new 'Enabling Ecosystem Surveillance' and 'Supporting Long-Term Research' Working Groups, who will be involved in activities to advance these two Key Directions. EOIs can be submitted before 21 December 2015, and you can find out where to send to them, along with more details about the Working Groups using the links below: