PhD Candidate, University of Adelaide

Jarrod Hodgson is an ecologist at the University of Adelaide. Jarrod is a member of the University’s Unmanned Research Aircraft Facility (www.uraf.org) which provides services to government, not for profit and private sector clients at a local, national and international level. He is also completing post graduate research.

Jarrod has extensive experience in the application of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs, drones, RPAS) for biological monitoring in tropical, temperate and polar environments. Jarrod's interests include marine and island ecology, as well as invasive species management and conservation biology. He is a remote area specialist and has worked on sub-Antarctic Macquarie Island through to Australia’s remote Ashmore Reef.

See www.jarrodhodgson.com.au for more information.

Experience

  • –present
    PhD Candidate, University of Adelaide