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Edgar: an interview with Stephen Garnett

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Published on Mar 10, 2013

Recorded 20th December 2012.

Under a tree in the Castlemaine Botanic Gardens (Vic), Professor Stephen Garnett (Charles Darwin University) speaks to Stefanie Kethers (ANDS) about how Edgar assists with modelling the potential movements of birds in response to climate change and changes in habitat. He points to the data relating to the Glossy Black-cockatoo [Calyptorhynchus (Calyptorhynchus) lathami] as an example of some of the philosphical and moral questions associated with the impact of climate change on species distribution.

For a short introduction to Edgar and why it was created, see Jeremy VanDerVal and Stephen Garnett in the short [3 min] video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szl61E...

Video and editing by Simon Pockley.

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