Threatened species management and recovery

11:30  Ellen Irwin  Dispersal of juvenile red-crowned parakeets (Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae) from a fenced mainland sanctuary

11:35  Marilyn Joy Connell  Endangered species recover: population impacts resulting from a 14 year river turtle conservation program

11:40  Ryan M Pearson  Shell Walls: A New Hope

11:45  Amanda Lilleyman  Trends in relative abundance of the Eastern Curlew (Numenius madagascariensis) in Darwin, Northern Territory

11:50  Maika Daveta  Propagation and Conservation of Dacridium spp: an important timber species

11:55  Gilianne Brodie  Conservation of Endemic Lands Snails in Fiji: An Update on Priorities

12:00  Justine D. Shaw  An ecosystem in recovery: how do we monitor post eradication?

12:05 Karleah Berris  The need to recognise conservation dependency: successful management actions for an endangered cockatoo and the consequences of complacency

12:10  Michael Scott O’Keeffe  Communicating Across A Fragmented Conservation Landscape

12:15  Franziska Elmer  Coral recruitment benefits from a healthy parrotfish community

12:20  Jennifer Firn  Incorporating local and expert knowledge to develop strategies for managing threats to biodiversity and agriculture

12:25   Discussion

Speed Symposia
Location: Room P8 Date: July 7, 2016 Time: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm