Group

If you are interested in doing a PhD, Honours, Masters or a postdoc with me, please contact me.

Postdocs

Lucie Bland (2014-), postdoctoral research associate on ARC Linkage grant ‘Red listing ecosystems – testing the new global standard for conservation‘ (LP130100435), Qaeco, School of Botany, The University of Melbourne

Current students

Leanne Greenwood (2015-16), honours, Optimal monitoring at Wilson’s Prom, Deakin University

Hayley Geyle. (2015), honours, optimal monitoring of the brush tailed rabbit rat on the Tiwi Islands, Deakin University

Chris Hallam (2013-), PhD student, Qaeco, School of Botany, The University of Melbourne

William La Marca (2014-), MSc, Conservation planning on the Tiwi IslandsQaeco, School of Botany, The University of Melbourne

Matt Linn (2015-), PhD, Red list of ecosystems, Deakin University

Gerry Ryan (2012-), PhD student, Evaluating conservation interventions, Qaeco, School of Botany, The University of Melbourne

Past students

Andrea Coombs Wallace (2008-2012), PhD, Participatory monitoring of fishers’ spatial behaviour: estimating social costs in local conservation planning, Imperial College London

Brendan Costelloe (2010), MSc in Conservation Science, Imperial College London: The power of global biodiversity indicators to predict future policy outcomes (Distinction). Now working at the RSPB.

Kathryn Sullivan (2010), MSc in Conservation Science, Imperial College London: Global biodiversity indicators: scenario modelling for fisheries policy

Soizic Le Courtois (2010), MSc in Conservation Science, Imperial College London: Household choices in rice cultivation in a social-ecological system and impacts on productivity: lessons from Anororo, Lac Alaotra, Madagascar (Distinction)

Olena Tarasova (2009), MSc in Conservation Science, Imperial College London: Systematic conservation planning in Ukraine under uncertainty

Paul De Ornellas (2008), MSc in Conservation Science, Imperial College London: How uncertainty affects conservation planning: a Florida case study (Distinction). Now working in the Africa programme at the ZSL.

Jose J. Lahoz-Monfort (2008), MSc in Conservation Science, Imperial College London: Habitat suitability modelling for the Alaotran gentle lemur (Hapalemur alaotrensis) (Distinction, Gerald Durrell Award for best thesis). Now a postdoc with us at QAECO!

Gurutzeta Guillera-Arroita (2008), MSc in Conservation Science, Imperial College London: Occupancy and detectability of Hapalemur alaotrensis: recommendations for monitoring (Distinction). Now a postdoc with us at QAECO!

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