Lecturer, School of Environment, Science & Engineering, Southern Cross University

David is a Lecturer within the School of Environment Science and Engineering at Southern Cross University and conducts ecological research with the Forest Research Centre. He currently teaches undergraduate units in the School and supervises higher degrees research students.

Current research projects include an investigation into climate change impacts on montane rainforest frogs in subtropical eastern Australia, investigations into the ability of the invasive cane toad to adapt to new habitats and the conservation biology of the critically endangered Mitchell's Rainforest Snail.

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer, School of Environment, Science & Engineering, Southern Cross University