26th September 2012

21st ICSB 2012

Stuart Halse presented a keynote talk at the 21st International Conference on Subterranean Biology (2-7 Sep 2012) at Košice, Slovakia. He presented “Why trap troglofauna: nets provide superior catches”. The conference website was removed in 2016.  

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26th September 2012

Ecological Society of Australia’s 2011 Conference

Stuart Halse and Michael Curran each presented at the Ecological Society of Australia’s (ESA) 2011 Conference in Hobart, Tasmania (21-25 Nov 2011). Stuart spoke about “Improving knowledge of troglofauna: interim nomenclature enables identification and citing of blind fauna” and Michael on “Surveying SREs: where do short range endemic invertebrates occur in the Pilbara?”

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21st November 2011

Lyngbya majuscula blooms in Roebuck Bay

Potential effects of Lyngbya majuscula blooms on benthic invertebrate diversity and shorebird foraging ecology at Roebuck Bay, Western Australia: preliminary results. See the talk here or journal paper here. For more information on Roebuck Bay, visit the Roebuck Bay Working Group website.  

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18th July 2011

The 15ICM at Brisbane

Jane McRae and Dean Main attended the 15th International Congress of Myriapodology in Brisbane, QLD (July 18-22 2011).

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