Title
The Piku Project: Community-led Conservation
Investigators
Eisemberg, C., Amepou, Y. and Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Industry, International
Year(s)
2018 - 2019
Summary
Specifically, the project will employ the Piku Biodiversity Network (PBN) to engage with the National Education Department and relevant NGOs and stakeholders for the incorporation of the six Piku Project Childrens' books and associated learning materials formally incorporated into the national curricula; hold consultations for the upcoming children's book Bart Wakes Up On The Moon and the phonics wildlife resource book for elementary schools Sounds of The Forest; deliver a teacher workshop at a selected Kikori School; organize and deliver school activities in classrooms once books are received by students enhancing the outreach of the book's environmental message; engage young PNG nationals for experiential learning with the Project from local villages, schools and science institutions; provide mentoring support to Wau Creek Protected Area through engagement with the landowning Rupahai Clan to continue the process of establishing Wau Creek as a protected area under national policy; participate in the Kutubu Kundu and Digaso Festival in September 2018, World Wildlife Day in March 2019 and World Environment Day June 2019 at the Port Moresby Nature Park; pilot the Piku Travelling Booth in 4 villages in Kikori, Gulf Province. Establishing a temporary stall for education and awareness for a day in selected villages as another avenue for community engagement with information.
Funding agency
ExxonMobil PNG
Grant amount
$140.00

Title
The Piku Project: Community-led Conservation
Investigators
Eisemberg, C., Amepou, Y. and Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Industry, International
Year(s)
2018 - 2019
Summary
Specifically, the project will employ the Piku Biodiversity Network Ltd (PBN) to engage with the National Education Department and relevant NGOs and stakeholders for the incorporation of the six Piku Project childrens books and associated learning materials formally incorporated into the national curricula; hold consultations for the upcoming children's book Bart Wakes Up On The Moon and the phonics wildlife resource book for elementary schools Sounds of The Forest; deliver a teacher workshop at a selected Kikori School; organize and deliver school activities in classrooms once books are received by students enhancing the outreach of the books environmental message; engage young PNG nationals for experiential learning with the Project from local villages, schools and science institutions; provide mentoring support to Wau Creek Protected Area through engagement with the landowning Rupahai Clan to continue the process of establishing Wau Creek as a protected area under national policy.; participate in the Kutubu Kundu and Digaso Festival in September 2018, World Wildlife Day in March 2019 and World Environment Day June 2019 at the Port Moresby Nature Park; pilot the Piku Travelling Booth in four villages in Kikori, Gulf Province; and establish a temporary stall for education and awareness for a day in selected villages as another avenue for community engagement with information.
Funding agency
ExxonMobil PNG
Grant amount
$140,000.00

Title
Sex in Dragons -- genetics, epigenetics and environment.
Investigators
Georges, A., Deakin, J., Sarre, S.D., Ezaz, T., Waters, P., Schwanz, L., Graves, JAM, and Holleley, C.
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
2017 - 2020
Summary
Sex in many reptiles, like mammals, is determined by chromosomes. In others, sex is determined by the temperature at which their eggs are incubated. This project aims to discover for the first time in a reptile, the master sex determining gene, to discover how that gene is differentially regulated in males and females and by temperature, and to identify evolutionary drivers of transitions between genetic and environmental sex determination. The model species, a dragon lizard, has chromosomal sex determination reversed by temperature, providing a unique and tractable opportunity to examine the role of epigenetic gene regulation in sex determination and the molecular basis for transitions between genetic and environmental sex determination.
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (Discovery Program)
Grant amount
$1,006,500.00

Title
Renewing Intersect's share of the National Computational Infrastructure's peak facility
Investigators
Hawkes, ER, Yu, AB, Ferry, M, and 26 other CIs including Georges, A.
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
2014 - 2014
Summary
The rapid and continuing growth of supercomputing capabilities presents major new opportunities for scientific and engineering research. This project aims to allow world-leading computational researchers across the Intersect consortium of 11 universities to take advantage of these opportunities by renewing their partner share access to the National Computational Infrastructure facilities, notably a new petaflop-capable supercomputer and associated expert support. This access will enable the consortium's researchers to tackle grand challenge research problems in a diverse range of fields of national priority including frontier technologies, the environment, and promoting good health.
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (LEIF Program)
Grant amount
$1,025,000.00

Title
Extinction of turtles in the River Murray: Consequences and Solutions.
Investigators
Spencer, R-J, Thompson, MB, Georges, A, Chessman, BC, Clemann, N, Joachim, L, Gibson, T, Bradshaw, S; Broster, T and Saunders, M.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
2014 - 2017
Summary
Turtles are a major ecological component of the Murray-Darling, Australia’s major river system. They are declining alarmingly with potential dire consequences for water quality, biodiversity, and river health. This project unites a world- class research team with diverse industry partners, indigenous groups, and non-government organisations from three states to address a problem of national significance. This project aims to identify and quantify causes of declines in turtles along the whole system, with the aim of developing practical management options to overcome it. This will be the first river-wide study of turtles, achieved by combining cutting-edge genetic and ecological techniques with a citizen science program.
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (Linkage Program)
Grant amount
$435,280.00

Title
Drivers of fine scale genetic spatial structuring in aquatic organisms.
Investigators
Unmack, PJ, Gruber, BM, White, DA, Georges, A and Kilian, A
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
2014 - 2017
Summary
Understanding factors that influence genetic spatial structure of species is essential for conserving biodiversity. Movement of freshwater organisms in riverine environments is severely constrained by dendritic structure of streams, variation in aridity, and geomorphology. The project aims to test hypotheses of how these factors impact genetic patterns across east-west climatic gradients in eastern Australia. For most aquatic species, research is limited on genetic patterns across spatial scales with varying riverine dendritic structure and rarely incorporates historical data. Uncovering genetic spatial structure in aquatic ecosystems is necessary for conservation management and predicting species movements in the current changing climate.
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (Linkage Program)
Grant amount
$269,692.00

Title
The Piku Project: Community-led Conservation. The Pig-nosed Turtle Carettochelys insculpta.
Investigators
Georges, A., Carla Eisemberg, Lynch, J.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Industry, International
Year(s)
2013 - 2015
Summary
The pig-nosed turtle is important to the people of the Kikori region. It is important because of the value placed on its meat and eggs for food. Many turtles and eggs are eaten in the villages where they are caught or collected. Many are sold or traded through the markets and the monies used to purchase other foods or goods. This project aims to gather strategic data on the nesting biology and harvest of the pig-nosed turtle in the Kikori to inform effective community action for conservation and for sustainable use of this important resource.
Funding agency
ExxonMobil PNG
Grant amount
$908,522.00

Title
Murray Darling Futures - Conserving Biodiversity
Investigators
Georges, A., Gruber, B., Lintermans, M.
Program
Water Science
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
2012 - 2014
Summary
This proposal is for research to meet the challenges of biodiversity conservation in Australia’s largest river system, the Murray-Darling Basin (MDB).
Funding agency
Collaborative Research Network Program, DIISRTE
Grant amount
$1,300,000.00

Title
New eDNA surveillance for multiple high risk invasive fish
Investigators
Dianne Gleeson, Elise Furlan, Arthur Georges, Stephen Sarre, Tariq Ezaz, Mark Lintermans, Chris Hardy (CSIRO)
Program
Water Science
Class
Government, National
Year(s)
2012 - 2017
Summary
Invasive fishes are a major threat to native species and ecological communities, nationally and internationally. Early detection of such fishes while they are still rare is the key to preventing their establishment but is problematic using conventional sampling. We will use DNA-based methodologies in conjunction with high-throughput genomic technologies to quantitatively detect invasive aquatic species to enable more efficient management of these species. Our goal is to provide the platform for a comprehensive suite of tests for all high-risk aquatic species that threaten Australia’s biosecurity.
Funding agency
Invasive Animals CRC
Grant amount
$1,124,000.00

Title
The Piku Project: Community-led Conservation. The Pig-nosed Turtle Carettochelys insculpta.
Investigators
Carla Eisemberg & Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Industry, International
Year(s)
2012
Funding agency
ExxonMobil PNG
Grant amount
$124,000.00

Title
Comparative epigenomics in amniotes: development of epigenetic analysis and identification of epigenetic signatures in sex determination and the immune system
Investigators
Ezaz, T., Rao, S., Deakin, J., Sarre, S.D., Georges, A. & Hardy, C.
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
University
Year(s)
2012 - 2014
Funding agency
University of Canberra
Grant amount
$380,000.00

Title
Was an ancient bird like sex chromosome system ancestral to reptiles and mammals?
Investigators
Ezaz, T., Georges, A., Jenny Graves, Sarre, S.D., Yoichi Matsuda
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
2011 - 2014
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (Discovery Program)
Grant amount
$345,000.00

Title
Gene environment interactions in reptile sex determination
Investigators
Georges, A. & Ezaz, T.
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
2011 - 2014
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (Discovery Program)
Grant amount
$350,000.00

Title
Modelling responses to climate change in species with labile sex determination
Investigators
Georges, A., Gruber, B. & Ezaz, T.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
University
Year(s)
2011 - 2013
Funding agency
University of Canberra
Grant amount
$350,000.00

Title
Forces of extinction in reptiles: The case of the rapidly declining Grassland Dragon
Investigators
Sarre, S.D., Gruber, B., Ezaz, T., Osborne, W., Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
2011 - 2015
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (Linkage Program)
Grant amount
$699,000.00

Title
A Massively Parallel Genome Analysis Facility for the ACT Region
Investigators
Shannon, M.F. et al. (incl. Georges, A.)
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
2009
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (LEIF Program)
Grant amount
$550,000.00

Title
Sex in Dragons: Evolution of sex determination in reptiles
Investigators
Sarre, S.D., Georges, A. Edwards, S.
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
2008 - 2010
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (Discovery Program)
Grant amount
$383,000.00

Title
Biodiversity and high conservation value aquatic ecosystems.
Investigators
Georges, A., Damien Burrows, Michael Douglas, Satish Choy, Adrian Pinder, Jane Hughes
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
2008 - 2010
Summary
Bioregionalisation, conservation priorities and predictive models of aquatic biodiversity (Administered by Griffith Uni).
Funding agency
CERF TRaCK Project
Grant amount
$34,750.00

Title
The New Guinea-Australia Nexus: Using molecular approaches to probe biogeographical relationships between Australian and New Guinean freshwater turtles.
Investigators
Georges, A.
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
2007 - 2009
Summary
This project will contribute to a greater understanding of the freshwater turtle fauna of Australia and New Guinea, the diversity of forms, the way this biodiversity is distributed, and the contemporary and historical drivers of diversification.
Funding agency
Hermon Slade Foundation
Grant amount
$88,000.00

Title
Assessment of the Status of the Bellinger River Emydura (Emydura macquarii) in the Bellinger River
Investigators
Georges, A., Spencer, R-J
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Government, State
Year(s)
2007 - 2007
Summary
This project will use molecular techniques to determine the distinctiveness of the population of Emydura macquarii in the Bellinger River, assess population numbers and distribution, and determine habitat correlates.
Funding agency
NSW Environment and Climate Change
Grant amount
$31,953.00

Title
Development of a DNA sexing method for the endangered Southern Corroboree frog
Investigators
Quinn, A.E., Sarre, S.D. & Georges, A.
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
Government, State
Year(s)
2007 - 2009
Summary
To identify sex linked markers in the corroboree frog and develop a simple sex test for this species.
Funding agency
NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
Grant amount
$50,000.00

Title
Sex markers in the Corroboree Frog
Investigators
Quinn A.E, Sarre, S.D., Georges, A
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
University
Year(s)
2007 - 2008
Funding agency
University of Canberra
Grant amount
$25,000.00

Title
Proof of concept project: Applying DNA technologies in the regulation and policing of wildlife trade
Investigators
Georges, A.
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
University
Year(s)
2006 - 2008
Summary
This project is applying DNA technologies to expore means of regulating wildlife trade in species of turtle from northern Australia.
Funding agency
University of Canberra
Grant amount
$32,000.00

Title
Conservation biology of the largest Australian freshwater tortoise, the broad-shelled tortoise, Chelodina expansa Rare and endangered or cryptic and secure?
Investigators
Georges, A., Donnellan, S. & Hutchinson, M.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
2006 - 2009
Summary
We will use an innovative combination of non-destructive technologies to investigate the conservation biology of this species in the lower Murray where it is regarded as rare and where its biology is virtually unknown.
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (Linkage Program)
Grant amount
$120,000.00

Title
Environmental Futures Network
Investigators
Hill R.S et al including Georges, A
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
2005 - 2010
Summary
This network aims to bring together a diverse spectrum of experienced researchers to pool their ideas and perspectives to allow them to better understand Australias biodiversity and the processes governing it.
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (Networks Program)
Grant amount
$1,500,000.00

Title
Sex in Dragons: The molecular basis of genetic and environmental sex determination.
Investigators
Graves, J., Sarre, S.D. & Georges, A.
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
2004 - 2007
Summary
We aim to discover the molecular basis of sex determination in closely related Australian reptiles (dragon lizards) with genetic sex determination (GSD) and temperature-dependent sex determination (TSD).
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (Discovery Program)
Grant amount
$600,000.00

Title
Freshwater turtle and tortoise DNA workshop
Investigators
Shaffer, H.B., FitzSimmons, N.N. & Georges, A.G.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Competitive, International
Year(s)
2004 - 2005
Summary
Funding to suppor the fist international freshwater turtle and tortoise DNA workshop.
Funding agency
National Science Foundation (USA)
Grant amount
$60,000.00

Title
Phylogeography of the northern long-necked turtle, with special emphasis on forensic applications
Investigators
Georges, A. & Alacs, E.
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
Industry, National
Year(s)
2003 - 2005
Summary
This project will investigate the application of molecular markers to determining the source populations of individual reptiles subject to legitimate and illigitimate trade.
Funding agency
Australian Federal Police (Forensics Branch)
Grant amount
$60,000.00

Title
Sex in Dragons: Probing the genotype-phenotype interaction in sex determination.
Investigators
Sarre, S.D. & Georges, A.
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
2003 - 2003
Summary
We aim to develop sex specific markers in a lizard with genotypic sex determination and apply them in a closely related species with temperature-dependent sex determination to identify concordant and discordant individuals.
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (Discovery Program)
Grant amount
$60,000.00

Title
Geographic variation in sex-determining attributes in a dragon with temperature-dependant sex determination
Investigators
Doody, J.S., Guarino, E. & Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
University
Year(s)
2003 - 2004
Summary
This project aims to determine the scope of wide ranging species with temperature dependent sex determination (TSD) to respond to climatic variation.
Funding agency
University of Canberra
Grant amount
$25,000.00

Title
The Ecology and Conservation of River Terrapins (Batagur baska) and Malayan Snail-eating Turtles (Malayemys subtrijuga) in Koh Kong Privince, Cambodia
Investigators
Holloway, R., Georges, A. and Poole, C.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Competitive, Other
Year(s)
2003 - 2005
Summary
This project aims to provide fundamental knowledge of the habitat, movements and diet of these endangered species to inform conservation management.
Funding agency
Wildlife Conservation Society
Grant amount
$40,600.00

Title
Aboriginal harvest of the northern long-necked turtle - modelling population dynamics in support of a sustainable industry
Investigators
Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
2003 - 2006
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (Linkage Program)
Grant amount
$223,000.00

Title
Forensic studeis of long-necked turtles
Investigators
Georges, A.G. & FitzSimmons, N.N.
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
Industry, National
Year(s)
2002 - 2006
Funding agency
Australian Federal Police (Forensics Branch)
Grant amount
$60,000.00

Title
Geographic variation in pivotal temperatures in the wide-ranging water dragon.
Investigators
Doody, J.S., Guarino, E., & Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
University
Year(s)
2002 - 2003
Summary
This project aims to investigate the scope for reptiles with temperature dependent sex determination to respond to variation in climate change.
Funding agency
University of Canberra
Grant amount
$25,000.00

Title
Dryland Refugia Project: Freshwater turtles in the Cooper Creek drainage
Investigators
Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Government, National
Year(s)
2001 - 2005
Summary
This project aims to determine how it is that freshwater turtles can survive and thrive in Australias arid centre.
Funding agency
CRC for Freshwater Ecology
Grant amount
$175,000.00

Title
Evolution and mechanisms of sex determination in reptiles
Investigators
Sarre, S.D. & Georges, A.
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
2001 - 2002
Summary
This project is a pilot that aims to explore the mechanisms of sex determination using molecular approaches.
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (Small Grants Scheme)
Grant amount
$29,870.00

Title
Modelling dry season flows and predicting the impact of water extraction on a flagship species, Carettochelys insculpta
Investigators
Georges, A., Thoms, M. & Webster, I.
Program
Water Science
Class
Government, National
Year(s)
2000 - 2003
Summary
This project aims to model the potential impact of flow reduction through water resource development on the population of a flagship species, the pig-nosed turtle, in a tropical river.
Funding agency
National Heritage Trust
Grant amount
$186,838.00

Title
Monitoring plan for the pig-nosed turtle in the Daly River, Northern Territory
Investigators
Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Government, State
Year(s)
1999
Funding agency
NT Parks and Wildlife Commission
Grant amount
$20,000.00

Title
A phylogeny for the genus Phrynops (Testudinata: Chelidae) based on morphological and molecular evidence
Investigators
Georges, A. & Lidbury, B.
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
University
Year(s)
1999 - 1999
Summary
This project will investigate the relationships among chelid turtles of South America using nuclear and mitochondrial markers.
Funding agency
University of Canberra
Grant amount
$20,801.00

Title
Infrastructure Injection: Applied Ecology Research Centre
Investigators
Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Government, National
Year(s)
1998
Funding agency
Australian Department of Science, Education and Training (DEST,DETYA, DEETYA)
Grant amount
$48,811.00

Title
Ultraviolet B Radiation and Amphibian Declines
Investigators
Osborne, W. & Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
1998
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (Small Grants Scheme)
Grant amount
$24,577.00

Title
Pleistocene Events and Genetic Differentiation in Freshwater Turtles
Investigators
Georges, A & Shaffer, H.B.
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
1998
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (Small Grants Scheme)
Grant amount
$25,635.00

Title
Mating system of the threatened pig-nosed turtle of northern Australia, with special emphasis on multiple paternity
Investigators
Georges, A. & Fitzsimmons, N.N.
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
1998
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (Small Grants Scheme)
Grant amount
$24,500.00

Title
Infrastructure Injection: Applied Ecology Research Centre
Investigators
Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Government, National
Year(s)
1997 - 1997
Funding agency
Australian Department of Science, Education and Training (DEST,DETYA, DEETYA)
Grant amount
$47,451.00

Title
Temperature-dependent sex determination in reptiles
Investigators
Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
1996
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (Large Grants Scheme)
Grant amount
$226,000.00

Title
Turtles in Tropical Rivers [Stipend and Project Support]
Investigators
Doody, J.S.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Government, National
Year(s)
1996 - 1998
Funding agency
CRC for Freshwater Ecology
Grant amount
$69,000.00

Title
Infrastructure Injection: Applied Ecology Research Centre
Investigators
Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
University
Year(s)
1996
Funding agency
University of Canberra
Grant amount
$74,000.00

Title
Principles and strategic options for the conservation of native grasslands and their threatened fauna in Gungahlin, A.C.T.
Investigators
Georges, A., Williams, D.G. & Osborne, W.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Government, ACT
Year(s)
1995
Funding agency
ACT Parks, Conservation & Land Management
Grant amount
$25,000.00

Title
Prey and movements of free-ranging companion cats on properties abutting nature reserves
Investigators
Barratt, D. & Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Government, ACT
Year(s)
1993
Funding agency
ACT Parks, Conservation & Land Management
Grant amount
$10,000.00

Title
Conservation biology of the endangered pygopodid, Aprasia parapulchella
Investigators
Georges, A., Jones, S., Williams, D.G., Osborne, W.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Industry, National
Year(s)
1993
Funding agency
ACTEW Corporation Ltd
Grant amount
$92,000.00

Title
Self-paced statistical modules -- a new approach to teaching statistical application to environmental scientists
Investigators
Georges, A., Cho, G., Mak, A., Pederson, D. & Hone, L.J.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
1993
Funding agency
Committee for the Advancement of University Teaching (CAUT)
Grant amount
$32,500.00

Title
Temperature-dependent sex determination in Loggerhead turtles
Investigators
Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Competitive, National
Year(s)
1990
Funding agency
Australian Research Council (Large Grants Scheme)
Grant amount
$75,000.00

Title
Purchase and installation of Sun Workstation
Investigators
Georges, A., Williams, D.G. & Davey, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Government, National
Year(s)
1990
Funding agency
DEET Special Grant to Technological Institutions
Grant amount
$25,000.00

Title
Historical evolution of Australian and South American chelid turtles
Investigators
Georges, A.
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
University
Year(s)
1990
Funding agency
University of Canberra
Grant amount
$7,000.00

Title
Ecology and management of penguins [Industry Stipend and Project Support]
Investigators
Fortescue, M. and Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Government, ACT
Year(s)
1989 - 1991
Funding agency
ACT Territories and Local Government
Grant amount
$32,000.00

Title
Distribution and ecology of the Pig-nosed Turtle
Investigators
Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
Government, National
Year(s)
1987
Funding agency
Environment Australia
Grant amount
$5,700.00

Title
Biochemical systematics of Australian Chelid turtles
Investigators
Georges, A.
Program
Genetics & Genomics
Class
University
Year(s)
1986
Funding agency
University of Canberra
Grant amount
$6,300.00

Title
Temperature-dependent sex determination in <I>Chelodina longicollis</I>
Investigators
Georges, A.
Program
Conservation Ecology
Class
University
Year(s)
1985
Funding agency
University of Canberra
Grant amount
$1,300.00

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