Author Archives: Sana

How do you use evidence in deciding how to protect birds?

Most people think that evidence-based decision making is a good idea when managing things that we care about, such as biodiversity. However, there aren’t a lot of guidelines about how to do it well in environmental management, and we know … Continue reading

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Study on technical information and conservation decisions – looking for participants

EDIT: This study is no longer online. Find out more about my current research here! I am conducting a study investigating technical information in conservation decision making, and would like to invite you to participate. Your participation in this research … Continue reading

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@SanaBau now on Twitter + a beautiful demonstration of how to apply critical reasoning

Everyone knows the old cliché that a picture is worth a thousand words. This simple and elegant visual guide to critical thinking seems to be superior than the equivalent verbal explanation in the quality (more so than quantity) of what … Continue reading

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…and welcome to my blog! I have recently joined the Quantitative and Applied Ecology Group at the University of Melbourne’s School of Botany. This website will be a communication point for news relating to my research: projects, publications, presentations and … Continue reading

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