Mr James Allan

James grew up in Kenya where he was surrounded by wildlife and the outdoors. School holidays were spent on safari game driving with clients, discussing Africa's conservation challenges around the campfire, and on walking safaris in some of Kenya's wildest and most beautiful regions.This inspired James to study a science degree, the highlight being ...
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Ms Carla Archibald

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Ms Stephanie Avery-Gomm

Stephanie Avery-Gomm is an applied ecologist, interested in using decision science to achieve optimal outcomes for conservation. Stephanie's current research examines the efficacy of endangered species legislation and develops decision support tools to improve endangered species recovery. Stephanie is also an active member of the seabird research c ...
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Ms Michelle Baker

Michelle is assisting in the communications at CEED. She has a BSc in Ecology and Conservation Biology (Hons 1) from Griffith University. Michelle has worked in several research teams in universities, with a focus in research communication  / knowledge brokering. She also has a background in traditional scientific illustration. At CEED, Mich ...
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Ms Sana Bau

Sana is a current PhD candidate at The University of Melbourne, researching the use of evidence in conservation decisions and the interaction of value-based and technical judgements in decision making. Sana’s research takes an integrated perspective on emerging conservation issues. Sana’s research interests cover a broad spectrum of to ...
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Mr Richard Beggs

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Ms Donna Belder

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Ms Louise Blackmore

Louise Blackmore is a PhD student in the School of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Western Australia. She has a general interest in biodiversity management and policy, particularly how biodiversity conservation may be achieved on private lands. Louise’s key research interests include: the social aspects of environment ...
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Ms Dolla Boutros

Dolla has the almost impossible task of keeping all our University of Melbourne researchers organised.

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Ms Elle Bowd

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Madeline completed her Masters of Science with the University of Melbourne in 2014.

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Ms Pauline Byron

Pauline joins Dolla in the almost impossible task of keeping all our University of Melbourne researchers organised.

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Mr Hernan Caceres Escobar

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Rebecca is a Research Officer with the Ecosystem Restoration and Intervention Ecology Research Group at UWA. She has been with the group since 2010 and in 2017 became the Centre Manager for the ERIE. Rebecca provides academic and administrative support to the ERIE lab. She helps the group manage their CEED project budgets, travel bo ...
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Throughout her career, Jessie Cappadonna, has been passionate about avian ecology and public engagement. In recent years, this led her to contribute on a wide variety of projects with the U.S. Geological Survey (Hawai`i), the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Hawai`i), Point Blue Conservation Science (California), and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology ( ...
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Ms Debbie Chamberlain

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Mr Diego Correa Gomez

Diego is developing a project between the Schools of Agriculture and Food Sciences (Prof Peer Schenk, Dr Skye Thomas-Hall) and Biological Sciences (Prof Hugh Possingham and Dr Hawthorne Beyer), which aims to explore the relationships between biofuel production and conservation of biodiversity in tropical and subtropical regions of the world. This p ...
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Ms Colleen Corrigan

Research topic: Social and Ecological Measures of Conservation Effectiveness and Multiple Scales. My project has three key components focused on strengthening effective conservation impact: (1) developing an evidence base for community-driven conservation practices, (2) using species and other data sources to identify key conservation areas in the ...
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Ms Kate Cranney

Kate is currently studying a Master of Science (Botany) at the University of Melbourne. Her supervisors are Dr. David Duncan, Dr. Libby Rumpff and Assoc. Prof. Brendan Wintle. Partnering with Bush Heritage Australia, her Masters topic is centred on ecological monitoring in the private conservation sector. A Holsworth Research Endowment has all ...
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Ms Marie Dade

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Mr Hugh Davies

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Sarah completed her Masters of Science with the University of Melbourne.

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Mr Brendan Dillon

Through his PhD research, Brendan is investigating the question of when it is more cost effective to protect pristine vs degraded ecosystems in order to protect biodiversity and ecosystem services. This is essential knowledge for anyone wishing to optimise the allocation of scarce conservation funding.

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Kristen's research contributed to the conservation of bridled nail-tail wallabies. She measured the spread of the exotic Buffel grass into Taunton National Park, and its effect on the health of the wallaby population. Bridled nail-tail wallabies are endangered, and Taunton National Park is their last remaining home. 

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Ms Dini Fardila

Dini's research focuses on community ecology, landscape ecology and quantitative ecology. Dini studied bird communities along an urbanization gradient for her Master Degree. For her PhD research project, she aims to find the best way to measure the effect of habitat fragmentation on bird communities in Australian and tropical forest region.

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Ms Michelle Freeman

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Ms Rachel Friedman

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Mr Eduardo Gallo-Cajiao

Ed is a PhD candidate working on policy analysis with the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership. Having worked with us previously as a research assistant, his PhD topic of investigation is 'Effectiveness of the international policy framework for conserving migratory shorebirds in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway'. Eduardo is workin ...
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Ms Veronica Gama

Veronica is currently doing her PhD studying patterns of extinction risk in migratory birds.

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Madeliene completed her Masters in early 2014 through the University of Melbourne.

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Elise's researsch built on a Bayesian belief network model that predicted grassland condition in response to different management actions. Her work aimed to increase the utility of the model for grassland managers by incorporating a cost-benefit analysis and utility-function into the model.

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Ms Valerie Hagger

Valerie's research interests include biodiversity conservation and ecological restoration. Her research project investigates the potential for achieving multiple outcomes for biodiversity conservation and carbon sequestration from restoration projects. More specifically it involves evaluating how the costs and likelihood of success of restoration v ...
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Mr Chris Hallam

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Ms Nicole Hansen

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Mr Jeffrey Hanson

Jeff is a PhD student in the School of Biological Sciences at The University of Queensland. He is creating algorithms to design reserve networks that are resistant to environmental change and (indirectly) protect greater amounts of genetic diversity. Jeff is supervised by Dr Richard Fuller and Dr Jonathan Rhodes. Before starting his PhD, Jeff compl ...
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Mr Mathew Hardy

Mat is a PhD candidate investigating decision theoretic approaches to private land conservation in Australia, supported by RMIT University and the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions. He is particularly interested in the use of conservation covenants and revolving funds for protecting biodiversity on privat ...
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Ms Tamara Harold

Tamara is a Research Officer in the Centre for Environmental Economics and Policy at the University of Western Australia.  She provides a high level of administrative and research support to Dave Pannell and the Centre, including management of project budgets.  She works with other researchers in the Centre to help implement various resea ...
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Ms Oakes Holland

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Ms Kelly Hunt de Bie

Kelly was a Research Fellow in the Quantitative and Applied Ecology Group, CEED, at the University of Melbourne. She is now a research scientist in the Science and Management Effectiveness Branch at Parks Victoria. Her research focuses on the social element of conservation science and the application of decision science to conservation and natural ...
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Alex completed his Honours Degree with us in 2014.

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Mr David Johnson

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Mr Kendall Jones

Kendall is passionate about biodiversity conservation in general, but has a particular interest in marine conservation and climate change. His PhD will investigate and develop methods for incorporating land-use change and climate change into marine conservation planning.

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Ms Caitlin Kuempel

Caitlin is currently completing her PhD through the University of Queensland, under the supervision of Prof Hugh Possingham, Prof Cathering Lovelock, and Dr Alienor Chauvenet.

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Greg completed the Master of Environment at the University of Melbourne in 2014, under the supervision of Libby Rumpff. Greg applied Structured Decision Making to management of the invasive plant English broom Cytisus scoparius in the Lake Dartmouth area of Victoria. A Bayesian Belief Network was built to aid decision-making by predicting the conse ...
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Ms Juliana Lazzari

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Mr Hsien-Yung Lin

Hsien-Yung completed his BSc and MSc in marine biology and migratory fish at National Taiwan University. Now, as a PhD student at University of Queensland, he is interested in the conservation of diadromous fish, as different habitat requirements during the different stages of their life history make them vulnerable to a range of different stressor ...
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Ms Sofía López-Cubillos

Growing up in Colombia gave Sofía the opportunity to explore the great biodiversity that it holds and this influenced her to study biology with a particular focus on entomology and evolution. By the end of her bachelor degree, Sofía's concern about the pressure humans were imposing on the planet motivated her to change fields and stud ...
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Ms Bonnie Mappin

Bonnie Mappin is a PhD candidate at the University of Queensland in School of Biology and the School of Geography Planning and Environmental Management. Her research focuses on evidence-based decision science for the optimisation of limited funds in conservation efforts for halting biodiversity loss. The main themes of Bonnie’s research inclu ...
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Ms Maria Martinez Harms

Maria is interested in the science-policy interface for ecosystem services and biodiversity to inform landscape management decisions. She has developed syntheses of ecosystem services to provide evidence that can be used in environmental decision making. Her PhD research supervised by Dr. Kerrie Wilson, Prof. Hugh Possingham, Dr. Jonathan Rhodes an ...
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Ms Fleur Maseyk

Fleur works at the interface of science and policy in the applied areas of natural resource management and biodiversity conservation. Her PhD thesis explored how, by targeting management actions towards natural capital stocks, we can influence ecosystem function, and thus the provision of ecosystem services and conservation outcomes. Her key areas ...
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Mr Sean Maxwell

Sean's research focuses on planning for dynamic threats to species and ecosystems of conservation concern. He is particularly interested in exploring how changes in economic and social factors can contribute to deforestation in protected areas, planning for human responses to climate change, and conserving threatened species in dynamic agricul ...
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Ms Jennifer McGowan

Jennifer is a PhD candidate in the ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions at The University of Queensland, Australia. Her work, supervised by Prof Hugh Possingham, Dr Maria Beger, and Dr Carissa Klein, focuses on improving methods for applied conservation planning in marine and coastal ecosystems. She is interested ...
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Mr Matthew McKinney

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Mr David Meiklejohn

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Ms Courtney Morgans

Courtney is interested in understanding how science, policy and economics influence conservation prioritisation and effectiveness. Her PhD research is focused on evaluating conservation strategies for the protection of Orang-Utan in Borneo with the aim of identifying key areas and methodologies for targeted investment in order to improve return fro ...
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Mr William Morris

Will is a PhD student in the Quantitative & Applied Ecology Group at the University of Melbourne, Australia. The subject of his PhD is decision-making and planning for forest and woodland management with multiple objectives. A focus of his work is the value of information to decision making in these systems. His background is in applied statis ...
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Ms Laura Mumaw

Laura is a PhD Student in the Interdisciplinary Conservation Science Research Group. In her PhD she will be looking at biodiversity decision making and stewardship in urban neighbourhoods.

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Will is investigating the topic 'Assessing the value of phylogenetic data for conservation planning'. Based at the University of Melbourne, his supervisors are Peter Vesk, Heini Kujala and Laura Pollock.

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Ms Wendy Neilan

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Ms Katherina Ng

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Ms Christy Nguyen

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Mr Junior Novera

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Laurel completed her Honours Thesis, entitled "Testing functional diversity indices to assess changes in coral community assemblages over time" in 2014 at the University of Queensland as part of CEED. Traditionally, coral reef conservation priorities have been assessed using measures of coral cover, and species richness. Using a long term dataset, ...
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Ms Estibaliz Palma

Esti has a background on environmental sciences and conservation. She is currently undertaking her PhD on plant ecology, with an emphasis on biological invasions. Her main interests lay within functional ecology and community assembly, and her research focuses on how to use functional traits to understand large scale patterns of invasiveness and in ...
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Ms Stephanie Pulsford

Stephanie is currently researching how management and landscape attributes influence the reptile and frog assemblage in grazed box gum grassy woodlands. She is interested in how to improve biodiversity outcomes in human modified landscapes such as agricultural areas. Stephanie is a keen field ecologist and enjoys getting out in the landscapes she s ...
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Ms Alina Pung

Alina is completing her Masters of Botany at the University of Melbourne. Her research focused on modelling bird responses to wildfire and prescribed burning in Victoria’s foothills forest. This project was supervised by Professor Mick McCarthy, Dr. Luke Kelly and Dr. Karen Rowe (Museum Victoria). The findings from this study demonstrated th ...
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Ms Leslie Roberson

Leslie has an interdisciplinary background in biological conservation that started with a B.A. in Environmental Studies at Yale University, during which she was able to work on several projects related to natural resource management and conservation in Latin America and the Caribbean. She then spent a year studying sea turtle by-catch and tradition ...
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Mr Andrew Rogers

Andrew's primary research interests include species' use of highly transformed habitats, conservation management in human dominated landscapes and habitat restoration. He is particularly interested in the impact of invasive species on native community assembly and function. Recent work has included quantifying novel ecosystem support of native spec ...
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Ms Cristina Romero De Diego

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Mr Gerard Ryan

Conservation is failing to mitigate the global degradation and destruction of biodiversity. Gerard wants to know how we - the conservation community - can increase the impact of our actions. He is investigating a series of case studies that aim to understand measuring the impact of and optimizing conservation actions. These case-studies span t ...
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Mr David Salt

David Salt is part of our science communication team, and is the Editor of CEED's bimonthly magazine, Decision Point. Decision Point presents news and views on environmental decision making, biodiversity, conservation planning and monitoring. Prior to CEED, David created and produced The Helix magazine for CSIRO Education, Newton magazine for Aus ...
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Mr Matthew Selinske

Matthew is a PhD candidate at RMIT, with Associate Professor Sarah Bekessy, where he is investigating human decision-making in incentivised conservation programmes. In conjunction with this work he is exploring predictive tools and theories used by other disciplines to forecast human behaviour and their potential value to conservation science. Matt ...
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Claire provides administrative and research support to Professor David Lindenmayer and his large research group at The Australian National University. She has been involved with the CEED Node at ANU since its inception.

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Ms Nicole Shumway

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Mr Blake Simmons

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Paing was a masters student at the University of Melbourne, submitting in 2014.

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Ms Georgeanna Story

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Mr Andres Felipe Suarez-Castro

Felipe is particularly interested in using the knowledge on ecological functioning in conservation and environmental management planning. His research interests include the following areas: species distribution patterns, landscape ecology and functional ecology. He holds a Master's degree in conservation and wildlife management, and has worked on h ...
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Ms Freya Thomas

Freya is interested in how key plant functional traits are generated for fire prone communities.

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Mr Konrad Uebel

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Ms Els Van Burm

Environmental managers often deal with uncertainty while making decisions. This uncertainty can be reduced by allocating resources towards learning about the system through monitoring. Gaining more information through monitoring does not necessarily contribute to better decision making though. In some cases, allocating resources towards monitoring ...
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Ms Julia van Velden

Julia is a PhD student with the Environmental Futures Research Institute at Griffith University and is generally interested in socio-ecological systems and sustainable resource extraction. She started her PhD project in 2017, investigating the spatial and social dynamics of the bushmeat trade in savanna systems of Africa.  She is particularly ...
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Mr Ruben Venegas

Ruben is originally from Costa Rica, where he did his BSc in Biology. After finishing his undergraduate degree, he worked for several years in a Sea Turtle Conservation project in the Caribbean coast of the country. Ruben was also involved in environmental education activities, and together with other colleagues, started Keto Foundation, a Non-for- ...
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Mr Casey Visintin

Casey's research interests include most topics involving environmental conservation. One of the primary interests, however, is developing efficient and effective methods for studying, analysing, predicting, and mitigating ecological damage caused by human industrialization and development. So what does this mean exactly? Well, Casey enjoys proffer ...
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Ms Michelle Ward

Michelle’s research broadly focuses on applied conservation research that is linked directly to the on the ground actions. More specifically, she is interested in efficient reserve design, landscape management, planning and mitigating dynamic threats, cost-effective conservation actions, ecosystem service management and conserving threat ...
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In 2014 Hannah worked as a research assistant whilst publishing her honours thesis within the Fuller Conservation Lab. This assessed how climate change may impact the breeding habitat of arctic-breeding shorebirds, and consequently their migratory routes. The results indicate that for many species, habitat will severely contract in the coming years ...
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Mr Matthew West

Matt is currently undertaking a PhD at the University of Melbourne with funding by Zoos Victoria. His research currently focuses on how threatening processes affect the critically endangered Spotted Tree Frog (Litoria spenceri).Matt is supervised by Michael McCarthy and Graeme Gillespie.

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Mrs Barbara Whittaker

Barbara has worked at UQ for 8 years and has joined the CEED team providing EA, administration and research support to Kerrie Wilson and the Centre. She organises the CEED workshops, travel arrangements, and answers all enquiries.

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Mr David Wilkinson

David is a PhD student in the Quantitative & Applied Ecology Group at the University of Melbourne. His project involves a comparison of proposed occupancy metric-based Joint Species Distribution Models (JSDM), and the development of extensions to the JSDM framework to account for factors such as imperfect detection and correlation of detections ...
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Mr Steve Wilson

In 2015, Steve undertook a PhD on the "Ecology and Conservation of Indonesian Javan or Lesser one-horned Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros sondaicus sondaicus Demarest, 1822), in Ujung Kulon National Park, West Java, Indonesia", aiming to do the work over a four year time frame. These animals are amongst the most critically endangered species on the planet wi ...
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Ms Melissa Wynn

Melissa completed her BSc - Honours degree with CEED at the University of Queensland in 2013, majoring in Ecology. She is now a PhD student at the Australian National University.

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Ms Hui Xiao

Hui is a PhD student jointly supervised by UQ/CSIRO/INRA. She completed her bachelor of economics in China, her master of statistics & econometrics in France, and is now doing her PhD of applied math on ecology at UQ. Her research is at the crossroad of applied math, conservation science and economics, investigating the optimal ecosystem m ...
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Ms Johanna Zimmerhackel

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