The Biolinks Alliance have released the keynote presentations from their Greater and Squirrel Glider Symposium online. The Biolinks Alliance is a Victorian organisation that works on building partnerships between conservation groups to ensure their work is coordinated and amplified. In this online symposium hear from leading arboreal marsupial experts as they discuss all things gliders including:

  • Overlooked driver of decline–the influence of temperature on food intake in arboreal folivores by Dr Kara Youngentob (Australian National Univeristy)
  • Conservation Planning in Dynamic Environments by Associate Professor Craig Nitschke (University of Melbourne)
  • Squirrel Gliders: Nest box use and population monitoring by Associate Professor Ross Goldingay (Southern Cross University)
  • Changes in Greater Glider populations by Professor David Lindenmayer (Australian National University)
  • Temporal changes in populations of arboreal marsupials by Professor David Lindenmayer (Australian National University)
  • Predicting habitat suitability for greater glider (Petauroides volans) using remote sensing: implications for conservation planning by PhD. Candidate Benjamin Wagner (University of Melbourne)
  • Connecting habitat across roads by Dr Rodney van Der Ree (University of Melbourne and WSP Australia)
  • Maximising learning opportunities while replacing tree hollows for wildlife by Dr Rodney van Der Ree (University of Melbourne and WSP Australia)
  • Conserving and recovering Victorian populations of the Greater Glider by PhD. Candidate Denise McGregor (James Cook University)
  • Glideways: Restoring habitat connections for Australia’s unique gliding mammals by Executive Director Gary Howling (Great Eastern Ranges Glideways Program)

Watch Dr Kara Youngentob present “overlooked driver of decline–the influence of temperature on food intake in arboreal folivore” below or click here to access all the videos.

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