Doctor of Philosophy, Ecosystem Management, University of New England
I have a PhD in ecosystem management, focusing on the Australian dingo in environmental history and cultural heritage. My Masters is in Animal Science (University of Melbourne) covering animal ethics, policy and law. I am interested in human–animal interactions in Australian and New Zealand history and heritage, and collate archival, narrative and visual sources that examine Indigenous ecological knowledge systems and colonial history. I have a Bachelor of Science in Scientific Photography (RMIT).
Mar 14, 2020 08:38 am UTC| Nature
After the summers devastating bushfires, the New South Wales government announced a plan to airdrop one million poisoned baits in the states most vulnerable regions over the next year. The plan is aimed at protecting...
One of the many difficulties faced by the pioneers of Australias sheep industry was finding a reliable shepherd. Among the convict labour available, for every two experienced farm labourers there were five convicted sheep,...