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Posters at  ARS 2019

  1. Dr Yu Liu, Associate Professor, Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences Cascade framework coupling suppliers and beneficiaries of soil erosion control services in a semiarid watershed 
  1. Mr Wenjun Liu, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences Spatio-temporal monitoring of grassland degradation in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau over past 3 decades 
  1. Mr Xukun Su, Research Center for Eco-environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences (RCEES-CAS) Substantial gaps between biodiversity hotspots and effectiveness of protected areas on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau 
  1. Dr Dionne Walsh, NT Department of Primary Industry and Resources Can fire be used to manage feathertop wiregrass in Mitchell grass pastures?
  1. Dr Dionne Walsh, NT Department of Primary Industry and Resources “Paddock Power”: unlocking the secrets to sustainable and profitable intensification  
  1. Dr Dionne Walsh, NT Department of Primary Industry and Resources Managing landscape utilisation without more fences – can it be done? 
  1. Professor Wenwu Zhao, Institute of Land Surface System and Sustainable Development, Faculty of Geographical Science, Beijing Normal University Promoting ecosystem services for sustainability
  1. Kath Ryan, Development Officer, Dept Primary Industries & Regional Development WA Madden-Julian Oscillation influence of phase on rainfall and intraseasonal dry spells: Halls Creek case study (Speed talk: 1.1 Enabling Drought and Disaster Resilience)
  1. Mr Dan Tyson, Desert Knowledge Precinct Desert Knowledge Research Institute – enlivening research coordination for desert Australia (Speed talk: 1.2 Evidence based approaches to new practices and policies I)
  1. Scott Irvine, Scientist, Department of Environment and Science – Queensland Government Mapping livestock grazing distribution for Australia during European settlement -1790-1980 (Speed talk: 1.3 Sustainable use of rangelands I)
  1. Brian Dohnt, Senior Land Services Officer, Western Local Land Services Assessing the effectiveness of kangaroo management through total grazing pressure fencing (Speed talk: 2.3 Research and management developments around Australia)
  1. Mitchell Plumbe, Senior Land Services Officer – Agribusiness, Western Local Land Services Rangeland goat production in western NSW: Where are they now? (Speed talk: 2.3 Research and management developments around Australia)
  1. Milou Dekkers, PhD Student, University of Queensland Watching the grasses grow: using UAVs and satellites to monitor rangeland species composition (Speed talk: 3.2 Novel approaches and techniques for monitoring and managing rangelands)
  1. Dr Mark Stafford Smith, Honorary Fellow, CSIRO Land & Water, CSIRO and Professor Graciela Metternicht, University of New South Wales Valuing Australia’s drylands research and practice globally, (Speed talk: 4.1 Rangelands in a global perspective II)
  1. Matthew Fletcher, Development Officer, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development WA What can WARMS tell us about White Grass (Sehima nervosum) in Kimberley pastures? (Speed talk: 4.2 Monitoring and managing rangeland vegetation)
  1. Dr Geoffrey Edwards, Royal Society of Queensland Queensland Rangelands Policy Dialogue (Speed talk: 1.2 Evidence based approaches to new practices and policies I)
  1. Hayley McMillan, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries ‘Low volume, high concentration splatter gun technology – a useful tool for ‘opening up’ dense bellyache bush (Jatropha gossypiifolia) infestations’ (Speed talk: 2.3 Research and management developments around Australia)