PhD Thesis: Alien vertebrate risk assessment and invasion pathway modelling (2017).
PhD Thesis: The persistence of avian influenza in the South Australian environment and the potential role of invasive mammals for additional surveillance (2017).
PhD Thesis: Determining genetic and phenotypic variation of a successful invasive species within Australia, the common starling, Sturnus vulgaris (2016).
PhD Thesis: What makes a good invader? The evolution of physiological and behavioural traits benefiting dispersal at the invasion front (2016).
PhD Thesis: Prayer Animal Releases in Taiwan: an analysis of an Eastern pathway to biological invasions (2015).
Honours Thesis: Development of a forensic method for early detection of a highly invasive pet species: Trachemys scripta elegans (2018).
Honours Thesis: What makes a dingo? Investigating the variation in dingo skeletal morphology (2018).
Honours Thesis: True absences or imperfect detection? Estimating abundance of a threatened social lizard in South Australia (2017).
Honours Thesis: Poison baiting control of foxes in South Australia: modelling factors that influence bait uptake (2017).
Honours Thesis: Diet of wild deer in South Australia (2017).
Honours Thesis: Conservation value of zoos in regards to the representation and management of species in ex-situ collections through time (2017).
Honours Thesis: The impacts and management of an overabundant koala population on Kangaroo Island, South Australia (2015).
Honours Thesis: The efficacy of wild-dog control in the South Australian pastoral arid lands (2015).
Honours Thesis: Home range, habitat suitability and population modelling of feral Indian peafowl (Pavo cristatus) on Kangaroo Island, South Australia (2013).
Honours Thesis: The risk of Toxoplasma Gondii in terrestrial wildlife on Kangaroo Island, South Australia (2013).
Robert was an ARC Discovery Project Post-doctoral Research Associate working on 'Transport risk pathways for emerging invasive species'.
Miquel was an Invasive Animals CRC Post-doctoral Research Fellow working on vertebrate risk analyses and invasion pathway modellling.
Nina was an ARC Early Career fellow working on molecular genetic adaptive processes in natural co-evolution between rabbits and the rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus.
Stephen was an Invasive Animals CRC postdoc working on success of eradication programs for vertebrate pest species on islands around Australia.
Sally was a Research Assistant working on developing knowledge and tools to inform integrated management of the Spencer Gulf.
Liz was a Research Assistant working on vertebrate risk analyses and invasion pathway modellling.