2018 – 2021 ARC Linkage grant; Integrating fire and predator management to conserve threatened species. $535K (Wintle, Driscoll, Woinarski, York, Giljohan)
2017 – 2019 ARC Discovery grant; Predicting the ecological and economic outcomes of trade. $818K (Wintle, Kompas, Lentini, Burgman, Bryan, Lawler)
2016 – 2021 NESP Research Hub for Threatened Species $60M total (Possingham, Lindenmayer, Woinarski, Garnett, Wintle, et al.) Director.
2016 – 2019 ARC Linkage grant; Resolving human-flying fox conflict in the face of environmental change. $400K (Wintle, Williams, Welbergen, et al.)
2016 – 2017 DELWP & Parks Victoria RPP co-funding; Managing interactions between fire, invasive predators and invasive herbivores to maximise persistence of threatened species. $115K (Wintle, Hradsky & Wright)
2015 – 2018 ARC Linkage grant; Arresting declines of arboreal mammals in the tropical savannas. $327K (Murphy, Radford, Wintle, Woinarski et al.)
2015 – 2018 ARC Linkage grant; A stitch in time: evidence-based strategy to keep platypus from extinction. $444K (Kingsford, Sherwin, Wintle, et al.)
2012 – 2015 ARC Linkage grant; Adaptive management of arid and semi-arid ecosystems. $276K (Bode, Wintle, Rumpff, et al.)
2011 – 2015 NERP Research Hub for Environmental Decisions $3.2M to Melbourne (Wintle, McCarthy, Vesk, Parris, Burgman, Bode, et al.) Dept Director.
2011 – 2018 ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions; $3.5M to Melbourne (McCarthy, Wintle, Burgman, Bode, et al.). Theme Leader.
2011 – 2015 ARC Future Fellowship; From prediction to adaptation: responding to rapid ecosystem shifts under climate change. $450K (Wintle)
2011 – 2015 ARC Linkage grant; Adaptive management of native vegetation. $360K (Vesk, Wintle, Duncan)
2011 – 2012 NCCARF ARGP; Optimal habitat protection and restoration for climate adaptation $324K (Fuller, Wintle, Possingham, Taylor)
2009 – 2013 ARC Linkage; Robust prediction and decision strategies for managing extinction risks under climate change. $750K (Wintle, Keith, et al.)
2009 – 2012 ARC Linkage; Designing fauna-friendly cities and towns. $470K (Wintle, van der Ree, et al.)
2007 – 2010 CERF: Applied Environmental Decision Analysis, to Melbourne. $2.1M (Wintle, McCarthy, Burgman), Dept Director.
2009 – 2010 AWRC (DAFF), Predicting ecosystem invasibility. $100K (Wintle, Vesk)
2009 – 2010 VIC DSE, Adaptive management of vegetation. $110K (Wintle, Vesk)
2007 – 2010 ARC Fellowship and ARC Discovery Grant, Optimal environmental monitoring under severe uncertainty. $350K (Wintle & McCarthy)
2008 – 2011 ARC Linkage, Biodiversity planning on the urban fringe. $550K (Bekessy, McCarthy, Wintle)
2007 – 2011 Parks Victoria Research Partners: Various $80K
2004 – 2007 ARC Linkage, Re-imagining the Australian Suburbs: Biodiversity planning in urban fringe landscapes. $497K (Bekessy, McCarthy, Wintle)
2004 – 2007 ARC Linkage, Optimal monitoring for conservation. $380K (Burgman)
2002 – 2003 a) Wildlife habitat models for urban planning, HROC, $120K b) Detectability of marsupials and forest owls, State Forests of NSW. $40K



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