Presentation to Nepal

Odette and Salit delivered ab invited plenary talk to a 150 Masters student and faculty audience in

St. Xavier’s College and Tribhuvan University in Nepal


Our final report for the NESP islands project we led in the past 6 years is now available online with the first national-scale database of threatened species on Australian islands that we created


Welcome Laura, who has recently started her PhD with us in the joint UQ-Exeter program


Welcome to Anisha, our PhD student who has recently arrived in Brisbane from Pokhara


New Lancet Planetary Health paper: Covid and conservation

Our newest paper in @TheLancetPlanet discusses why protecting ecosystems & biodiversity is crucial for both planetary & human health. It results from collaborative work by https://karkgroup.org team members. #COVID19 #biodiversity #OneHealth https://doi.org/10.1016/S2542-5196(21)00258-8 https://pic.twitter.com/9NehfXhdzS


Welcome James and Annalise our new graduate students

A warm welcome to James who has joined us from Dunedin in New Zealand to start his PhD and Annalise who is joining us from Perth to start her MPhil project this month.


New video about Steve’s PhD on Javan rhinos


Greetings Junior who submitted his PhD thesis today!

Well done Junior, an outstanding study on the biodiversity and conservation of your home island and an important yet unexplored biodiversity hotspot – Bounaginville Island


Congratulations to Dr Leslie Roberson

Well done Leslie who has been awarded her PhD this week!


Islands workshop 2021

We ran an excellent workshop to advance the outcomes from the project Saving Species on Australia Islands (NESP) on Moreton Island.


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