I am fortunate to be working with amazing scientists, natural resource managers and non-government organisations in Australia and across the globe.
At the University of Queensland I work under the banner of all of these:
In my previous postdoctoral roles and PhD I was at James Cook University, working with:
Centre for Tropical Biodiversity and Climate Change
CSIRO's Climate Change Adaptation Flagship
Supervising students is one of the best parts of the job! I have been lucky to supervise some really great students who have done interesting projects, and have mentored many others.
PhD: Ecology & conservation of Black-throated Finch (JCU) Completed
PhD: The role of mangrove birds in coastal ecosystem connectivity (JCU) Completed
PhD: Improving the effectiveness of protected areas in threatened species conservation (UQ) Ongoing
PhD: Management requirements of Black-throated Finch (JCU) Ongoing
Masters: The unsinkable flagship: a meta-analysis of surrogate species’ traits. (JCU) Completed
Honours: Spatial and temporal variability in the distribution of black marlin (Istiompax indica) in the South-West Pacific (JCU) Completed
Honours: Evaluating the effectiveness of offsets for the Black-throated Finch (Poephila cincta cincta) (UQ)
Undergraduate: Does land clearing threaten climate refugia? (UQ) Completed
Undergraduate: Behaviour of the Allied Rock Wallaby (Petrogale assimilis) on Magnetic Island (JCU) Completed