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A true bird's eye view

A true bird's eye view

Aerial imagery of a Crested Tern colony at Ashmore Reef

Track changes

Interannual variation of Brown Booby foraging in the Browse Basin

Cutting edge technology

Cutting edge technology

Experimenting with low-impact aerial monitoring techniques

How clean are our oceans?

Assessing trawl samples for micro-plastic

Polly want a tracker?

The influences of tracking harnesses on behaviour

Fly fishing, Frigatebird style!

A Greater Frigatebird fitted with a GPS logger

One, two, three...

Documenting population change in seabirds

Marine vertebrates
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Marine vertebrates

Overcoming threats in an increasingly challenging marine environment

Avian pathogens
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Avian pathogens

Flyway networks: connecting pathogens to new hosts in far away lands

Threatening processes
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Threatening processes

Information about our work on threatened species will be available soon.

NEWS

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  • 09/02/2016 in News

    Milestones

    August was a busy month for three of the Phd candidates in our group, with Katherine Selwood,...
  • 03/22/2016 in News

    Monitoring with precision

    New Monash University research has paved the way for drones to revolutionise ecological...

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

  1. Hodgson J, Baylis S, Mott R, Herrod A, Clarke R (2016) Precision wildlife monitoring using unmanned aerial vehicles. Scientific Reports.
  2. Selwood K, Clarke R, Cunningham S, Lada H, McGeoch M, Mac Nally R (2015) A bust but no boom: responses of floodplain bird assemblages during and after prolonged drought. Journal of Animal Ecology.

Overview of recent publications

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