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dc.contributor.authorMajer, Jonathan
dc.contributor.authorHeterick, Brian
dc.identifier.citationMajer, J. and Heterick, B. 2018. Planning for long-term invertebrate studies - problems, pitfalls and possibilities. Australian Zoologist. 39 (4): pp. 617-626.

Continuity of employment can be a great asset when carrying out long-term studies. This paper describes three investigations that have benefited from a researcher's ability to continue monitoring over extended periods, namely: impact of fire; changes in the environment following mine site restoration; and the possible impact of climate change. Some advice, based on the authors' experience, is provided for researchers who are contemplating initiating long-term studies.

dc.publisherRoyal Zoological Society of New South Wales
dc.titlePlanning for long-term invertebrate studies - problems, pitfalls and possibilities
dc.typeJournal Article
dcterms.source.titleAustralian Zoologist
curtin.departmentSchool of Molecular and Life Sciences (MLS)
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