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Urban Wildlife and Ecosystems

Murdoch ecologists and social scientists, under the Centre for Environment and Biodiversity at the Harry Butler Institute, work together to understand the importance of biodiversity and ecosystem services in our cities. Research within this theme aims to identify urban design that nurtures a biodiverse and liveable city.

Opportunities at CSAE

Interested in studying aquatic ecosystems? The Centre for Sustainable Aquatic Systems offers opportunities for Honours, Masters, and PhD students to study many different aspects of freshwater, estuarine, and marine ecosystems. Our expertise includes aquatic...

Prof YongLin Ren

Professor YongLin Ren is a leading expert in the post-harvest biosecurity of grains and other agricultural products. In his position as a Principal Research Scientist at the Harry Butler Institute, Prof Ren leads large teams of student, professional, and academic...

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