3 new PhD projects on planning for conservation and sustainable development on Indigenous lands

Conservation Science

Expressions of interest open until 31st January 2019

We are pleased to announce three PhD projects on an exciting new project to start in early-mid 2019, funded by the ARC Linkage program (LP170100305), in partnership with the Tiwi Land Council, Deakin University, Charles Darwin University and the University of Melbourne. All three students will work collaboratively with each other, with all investigators and project postdoctoral researchers, and with Tiwi research assistants, rangers and communities. Indigenous students are particularly encouraged to apply. Please contact the project supervisors for more information and to send your application. After the EOI and interview processes, selected applicants will then need to apply formally and meet institutional requirements.

The project, Planning for sustainable development and biodiversity on Indigenous lands, is a collaboration between Emily Nicholson (Deakin), Kate Hadden (Tiwi Land Council), Brett Murphy (Charles Darwin University, CDU), Margaret Ayre (University of Melbourne, UM), Jane Elith…

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