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CARM with Distinguished International Speakers Richard Barker, Michel De Lara, Dvora Hart and John Norbury
Tue 3 Oct, 8:30 am - Thu 5 Oct, 4:30 pm
Global Change Institute, Building 20, Level 2 Rooms 273 and 275, The University of Queensland


In recent years growing numbers of mathematical scientists have been working to develop and apply mathematical and statistical theory to produce tools that will have a direct impact in the management of fisheries, forestry, water security, conservation, pest and disease management, and adaptation to global changes.  Their efforts have already had major impact on our understanding of important phenomena such as dynamics of ecosystems, sustainable fisheries, wildlife trafficking and bushfires. 

This workshop aims to bring together many of the leading Australian researchers in these areas with three eminent international experts, early career researchers and PhD and Honours students  to report their latest findings and exchange ideas on future developments.  It will also provide early career researchers with a valuable forum to showcase and obtain feedback on their work from leading researchers in in their field and gain insights into the open challenges within the broader area of natural resource mathematics.

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This event is supported by Global Change Institute, AMSI and the AustMS and CARM.