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David Keith

David Keith

David is a research scientist in the Biodiversity Research Group of the NSW Department of Environment and Climate Change. His internationally known research spans vegetation surveys, mapping and classification; the effects of disturbance – such as fire and grazing – on native species and vegetation; climate change impacts; and developing scientific methods for assessing the conservation status of species and ecological communities. His recent book, Ocean Shore to Desert Dunes, has rapidly become a standard reference and an important tool for ecological education. David is a former long-serving vice-president of the Ecological Society of Australia, and a current a member of the NSW Scientific Committee (for threatened species and community listing).

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The ACEAS Great Debate: Will European land use devastate Australia’s unique biodiversity? (27 March 2012) 

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