The Conservation Science Lab visits Oxford: Interdisciplinary Conservation Network (ICN) Workshop 2018

This blog post was originally posted on the Conservation Science at Deakin lab website.

Conservation Science

July 2018

icn_group_photo Interdisciplinary Conservation Network Workshop participants 2018 (photo courtesy of the ICN)

The Interdisciplinary Conservation Network (ICN) is a collaboration between research groups to hold workshops for PhD students and early career researchers (ECRs).  This year, the Deakin Conservation Science Lab joined Oxford’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science (ICCS) and Sterling Conservation Science as an ICN organising partner.  Lab members Kate Watermeyer and Jess Rowland participated on the organising committee, Emily Nicholson as a mentor and Simone Stevenson as a participant.

ICN_lab_photo Members of the Conservation Science Lab at the workshop (l to r): Emily Nicholson, Jess Rowland, Kate Watermeyer, Simone Stevenson.

The workshop kick-starts a collaborative research exercise which ideally concludes in a publication authored by the participants.  For many attendees, this is their first experience in developing research ideas in a workshop format.  Over the course of two days, we worked in groups to develop a paper concept…

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