Global Change Ecology Research Group - University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia

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Global Change Ecology Research Group

Research into the impacts of anthropogenic change on biodiversity and ecosystems

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About the Global Change Ecology Research Group

USC’s Global Change Ecology Research Group focuses on fundamental and translational research relating to the impacts of anthropogenic change on biodiversity and ecosystems.

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Together, our group has internationally recognised expertise in quantitative and computational ecology, bioinformatics, genetics and genomics, ornithology, animal ecology and behaviour, geospatial techniques and modelling, bioacoustics, conservation ecology, marine and fisheries ecology, physical geography and ecophysiology.

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We deliver research for, and in partnership with, a range of stakeholders including the Commonwealth Government, state and local agencies, state and national museums, national and international conservation organisations, and more than 25 national and international research institutions.