15 July 2014
The Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) consolidates conservation science under one department to build and share knowledge of the State’s unique and world-renowned biodiversity.
Biodiversity and Conservation Science staff have expertise in animal biology, animal breeding, aquatic ecology, biological survey, collections management, conservation biotechnology, conservation genetics, conservation medicine, conservation policy, ecology, ecological restoration, ecoinformatics, ecophysiology, fire behaviour, hydrology, marine biology, plant biology, remote sensing and spatial analysis, seed biology, systematics and taxonomy.
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