My research has broadly focused on evaluating and improving the effectiveness of conservation management decisions. I have had the opportunity to work on aspects of planning and management of invasive species, threatened species, protected areas, fisheries and aquatic habitat restoration.
My current research is evaluating the effectiveness of conservation actions for Australian woodland birds, and evaluating the costs and benefits of biodiversity offsets for threatened species. I’m also interested in recovery and conservation planning of threatened ecosystems. I aim to work with conservation decision makers to ensure my research is relevant and applicable to real conservation problems.
My previous projects have included:
- Salmon conservation
- Data-limited fisheries management
- Evidence-based conservation
- Horizon scanning
- Threatened species recovery planning
- Return on investment: foxes and malleefowl
- Impacts of exotic species on islands
If you are interested in my work, please get in touch.