Senior Researcher on the State of the Tropics project at James Cook University and Adjunct Senior Research Fellow at JCU's Centre for Tropical Environmental and Sustainability Science and the Centre for Tropical Biology & Climate Change.
My research interests focus on the threatened species and ecosystems of the tropics, community-based conservation and the role of Indigenous peoples in protected areas and natural resource management.
Senior Research Fellow, James Cook University
University of Adelaide, PhD/ Environmental Science
Stemming the tide: progress towards resolving the causes of decline and implementing management responses for the disappearing mammal fauna of northern Australia, Therya
Evaluating the status of species using Indigenous knowledge: novel evidence for major native mammal declines in northern Australia, Biological Conservation
Monitoring indicates greater resilience for birds than for mammals in Kakadu National Park, northern Australia, Wildlife Research
The disappearing mammal fauna of northern Australia: context, cause, and response, Conservation Letters
Australian Bustard, Australian Natural History Series CSIRO
Temporal changes to spatially stratified waterbird communities of the Coorong, South Australia: implications for the management of heterogenous wetlands , Animal Conservation
Monitoring continental movement patterns of the Australian Bustard Ardeotis australis through community-based surveys and remote sensing, Pacific Conservation Biology