Centre of Excellence in Natural Resource Management

Research

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By investigating new research opportunities in natural resource management, the Centre of Excellence in Natural Resource Management seeks to address emerging local issues.

At the same time it maintains a national and international profile through linkages and collaboration with appropriate partners.

Our research groups encompass the following four broad themes:

Aquatic ecology
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The Centre's Aquatic Biodiversity Research and Monitoring Group provides knowledge and advice for the management of aquatic biodiversity in rural, urban and pristine catchments.
Terrestrial ecology
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The Centre provides knowledge and advice for the sustainable management of natural resources and biodiversity through research and monitoring of terrestrial flora and fauna.
Fish ecology
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The Centre's Fish Ecology Research and Monitoring group provides knowledge and advice on the sustainable management of catchments, freshwater and estuarine water resources, and biodiversity values.
Social, cultural and environmental research
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Understanding the motivations, needs and capacities of landholders, land managers and other stakeholders is essential for successful management or rehabilitation of natural resources.

CENRM has a comprehensive range of vehicles, field and laboratory equipment.

 

Centre of Excellence in Natural Resource Management

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