Conservation Science Group


We are a research group working with Associate Professor Jonathan Rhodes on biodiversity conservation and ecosystem services science based at The University of Queensland.


We are part of the Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Science and located (mostly) in the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences.


Associate Professor Jonathan Rhodes heads the group and is based in the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences and the Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Science at The University of Queensland (UQ). He received his PhD in Ecology in 2005 and has been at UQ since 2007. His primary research interests lie in understanding the spatial processes that drive biodiversity and ecosystem services, and developing fundamental principles for decision-making in conservation and environmental management. His research group is diverse and tackles a wide range of environmental and conservation questions from local to global scales. Learn more about Jonathan and other group members here.

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