Ecological Management & Restoration
© Ecological Society of Australia and John Wiley & Sons Australia, Ltd
Edited By: Dr Tein McDonald
Online ISSN: 1442-8903
Associated Title(s): Austral Ecology
Ecological Management and Restoration is published on behalf of The Ecological Society of Australia Inc. with start-up funding from Land and Water Resources R&D Corporation.
The Ecological Society of Australia Incorporated (ESA) is the peak group of ecologists in Australia, with over 1500 members from all states and territories.
ESA aims to create a community of knowledge and understanding amongst ecologists, and reach out to those working in related fields. We invite you to join us in our efforts to promote the scientific study of all organisms in relation to their environment, and encourage the application of ecological principles in the development, use and conservation of Australia's natural resources.
Land & Water Australia is specifically responsible for research and development (R&D) aimed at the productive and sustainable management of the land, water and vegetation resources underpinning Australia's primary industries and regional communities. We do not fund general atmospheric or marine research or research on urban issues.
The Indigenous Flora and Fauna Association
IFFA is dedicated to the future of the Australian flora and fauna, whether in habitats of world heritage quality or in the urban back yard.
Greening Australia works in partnership with landholders, the community, government and business to tackle environmental degradation in a practical, apolitical, scientific way.
The Australian Association of Bush Regenerators
The AABR’s aim is to foster and encourage sound ecological practices of bushland management by qualified people, and to promote the study and practice of Bush Regeneration.
The Society for Ecological Restoration
SER’s aims is to promote ecological restoration as a means of sustaining the diversity of life on Earth and re-establishing an ecologically healthy relationship between nature and culture.
New Zealand Ecological Society
The NZES aims to encourage ecological research, increase awareness and understanding of ecological principles, promote sound ecological planning and management of the natural and human environment and promote high standards both within the profession of ecology by those practicing it, and by those bodies employing ecologists.
Other Useful Links:
The Ecological Society of Australia
Land & Water Australia
The Murray Darling Basin Commission
World Wide Fund for Nature
Wetland Care Australia
National Heritage Trust
Nature Conservation Council of NSW
The National Dryland Salinity Program
The Australian Koala Foundation
CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems (Canberra)
Australian Network for Plant Conservation
Threatened Species Network
Big Scrub Rainforest Group