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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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  • 03/22/2016 in News

    Monitoring with precision

    New Monash University research has paved the way for drones to revolutionise ecological...
  • 05/09/2014 in News

    A bird's eye view

    Research Ecology, led by Jarrod Hodgson and Rohan Clarke, is partnering with  ConservationDrones...

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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