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Parry's Lagoon (Kimberly, WA) investigating riparian vegetation water requirements.
Established in 1995, the Centre for Ecosystem Management (CEM) continues to adopt a comprehensive approach to ecosystem research, gaining deeper understanding of ecological processes and the subsequent challenges imposed through human activity. The Centres research is largely conducted under five major themes: ecosystems and water, sustainability, health and ecology, terrestrial ecology, inland aquatic ecology and wildlife ecology.
Our outstanding and dedicated Centre members, research fellows, postgraduate students and adjunct researchers work closely with national, state and local government, conservation groups and community, industry, consultants and other research institutions with the aim of achieving effective ecosystem management, conservation and ecological research.
CEM provides opportunity in postgraduate studies, and welcomes visiting researchers, interns, and volunteers to be part of a professional and successful research centre.