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A/Prof. Euan Ritchie



Associate Professor of Wildlife Ecology


Faculty of Sci Eng & Built Env


School of Life & Env. Sciences


Melbourne Burwood Campus


Graduate Certificate of Higher Education, Deakin University, 2012
Doctor of Philosophy, James Cook University, 2007
Bachelor of Science, James Cook University, 1999


For more details please see my personal webpage

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Career highlights

2013 Eureka Award for Environmental Research
2013 Vice Chancellor’s Award (Early Career Research), Deakin University
2013 Award for excellence in Research and Teaching, Deakin University
2011 Award for excellence in Research and Teaching, Deakin University


Centre for Integrative Ecology

Units taught



Professional activities

Director (Research Chapters) for Ecological Society of Australia

Media appearances

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Managing conflict between large carnivores and livestock

L van Eeden, M Crowther, C Dickman, D Macdonald, W Ripple, E Ritchie, T Newsome

(2018), Vol. 32, pp. 26-34, Conservation biology, Chichester, Eng., C1


Incorporating disturbance into trophic ecology: fire history shapes mesopredator suppression by an apex predator

W Geary, E Ritchie, J Lawton, T Healey, D Nimmo

(2018), pp. 1-10, Journal of applied ecology, Chichester, Eng., C1


A biodiversity-crisis hierarchy to evaluate and refine conservation indicators

D Driscoll, L Bland, B Bryan, T Newsome, E Nicholson, E Ritchie, T Doherty

(2018), pp. 775-781, Nature ecology and evolution, London, Eng., C1


Don't judge habitat on its novelty: assessing the value of novel habitats for an endangered mammal in a peri-urban landscape

S Maclagan, T Coates, E Ritchie

(2018), Vol. 223, pp. 11-18, Biological conservation, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


Testing the assumptions of the pyrodiversity begets biodiversity hypothesis for termites in semi-arid Australia

H Davis, E Ritchie, S Avitabile, T Doherty, D Nimmo

(2018), Vol. 5, pp. 1-18, Royal Society open science, London, Eng., C1


Quantifying extinction risk and forecasting the number of impending Australian bird and mammal extinctions

H Geyle, J Woinarski, G Baker, C Dickman, G Dutson, D Fisher, H Ford, M Holdsworth, M Jones, A Kutt, S Legge, I Leiper, R Lyon, B Murphy, P Menkhorst, A Reside, E Ritchie, F Roberts, R Tingley, S Garnett

(2018), Vol. 24, pp. 157-167, Pacific Conservation Biology, Clayton, Vic., C1


Futurecasting ecological research: the rise of technoecology

B Allan, D Nimmo, D Ierodiaconou, J Van Der Wal, L Pin Koh, E Ritchie

(2018), Vol. 9, pp. 1-11, Ecosphere, Washington, D.C., C1


Stop jumping the gun: a call for evidence-based invasive predator management

T Doherty, E Ritchie

(2017), Vol. 10, pp. 15-22, Conservation letters: a journal of the Society for Conservation Biology, Chichester, Eng., C1


Trophic cascades in 3D: network analysis reveals how apex predators structure ecosystems

A Wallach, A Dekker, M Lurgi, J Montoya, D Fordham, E Ritchie

(2017), Vol. 8, pp. 135-142, Methods in ecology and evolution, London, Eng., C1


Impacts and management of feral cats Felis catus in Australia

T Doherty, C Dickman, C Johnson, S Legge, E Ritchie, J Woinarski

(2017), Vol. 47, pp. 83-97, Mammal review, London, Eng., C1


Enumerating a continental-scale threat: how many feral cats are in Australia?

S Legge, B Murphy, H McGregor, J Woinarski, J Augusteyn, G Ballard, M Baseler, T Buckmaster, C Dickman, T Doherty, G Edwards, T Eyre, B Fancourt, D Ferguson, D Forsyth, W Geary, M Gentle, G Gillespie, L Greenwood, R Hohnen, S Hume, C Johnson, M Maxwell, P McDonald, K Morris, K Moseby, T Newsome, D Nimmo, R Paltridge, D Ramsey, J Read, A Rendall, M Rich, E Ritchie, J Rowland, J Short, D Stokeld, D Sutherland, A Wayne, L Woodford, F Zewe

(2017), Vol. 206, pp. 293-303, Biological conservation, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


The global impacts of domestic dogs on threatened vertebrates

T Doherty, C Dickman, A Glen, T Newsome, D Nimmo, E Ritchie, A Vanak, A Wirsing

(2017), Vol. 210, Part A, pp. 56-59, Biological conservation, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


Top predators constrain mesopredator distributions

T Newsome, A Greenville, D ?irovi?, C Dickman, C Johnson, M Krofel, M Letnic, W Ripple, E Ritchie, S Stoyanov, A Wirsing

(2017), Vol. 8, pp. 1-7, Nature communications, London, Eng., C1


Making a new dog?

T Newsome, P Fleming, C Dickman, T Doherty, W Ripple, E Ritchie, A Wirsing

(2017), Vol. 67, pp. 374-381, BioScience, Oxford, Eng., C1


Shifting public values and what they mean for increasing democracy in wildlife management decisions

L van Eeden, C Dickman, E Ritchie, T Newsome

(2017), Vol. 26, pp. 2759-2763, Biodiversity and conservation, Berlin, Germany, C1


Responses of invasive predators and native prey to a prescribed forest fire

B Hradsky, C Mildwaters, E Ritchie, F Christie, J Di Stefano

(2017), Vol. 98, pp. 835-847, Journal of mammalogy, Oxford, Eng., C1


Defending the scientific integrity of conservation-policy processes

C Carroll, B Hartl, G Goldman, D Rohlf, A Treves, J Kerr, E Ritchie, R Kingsford, K Gibbs, M Maron, J Watson

(2017), Vol. 31, pp. 967-975, Conservation biology, London, Eng., C1


Human-modified habitats facilitate forest-dwelling populations of an invasive predator, Vulpes vulpes

B Hradsky, A Robley, R Alexander, E Ritchie, A York, J Di Stefano

(2017), Vol. 7, pp. 1-12, Scientific Reports, London, Eng., C1


Bayesian networks elucidate interactions between fire and other drivers of terrestrial fauna distributions

B Hradsky, T Penman, D Ababei, A Hanea, E Ritchie, A York, J Di Stefano

(2017), Vol. 8, pp. 1-19, Ecosphere, Chichester, Eng., C1


Effects of the fire regime on mammal occurrence after wildfire: site effects vs landscape context in fire-prone forests

E Chia, M Bassett, S Leonard, G Holland, E Ritchie, M Clarke, A Bennett

(2016), Vol. 363, pp. 130-139, Forest ecology and management, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


Fire affects microhabitat selection, movement patterns, and body condition of an Australian rodent (Rattus fuscipes)

A Fordyce, B Hradsky, E Ritchie, J Di Stefano

(2016), Vol. 97, pp. 102-111, Journal of mammology, Oxford, Eng., C1


Crying wolf: limitations of predator-prey studies need not preclude their salient messages.

E Ritchie, J Schultner, D Nimmo, J Fischer, J Hanspach, T Kuemmerle, L Kehoe, I Dorresteijn

(2016), Vol. 283, pp. 1-3, Proceedings of the royal society b: biological sciences, London, Eng., C1


Concordance in phylogeography and ecological niche modelling identify dispersal corridors for reptiles in arid Australia

J Melville, M Haines, J Hale, S Chapple, E Ritchie

(2016), Vol. 43, pp. 1844-1855, Journal of biogeography, Chichester, Eng., C1


Invasive predators and global biodiversity loss.

T Doherty, A Glen, D Nimmo, E Ritchie, C Dickman

(2016), Vol. 113, pp. 11261-11265, Proceedings of the national academy of sciences of USA, Washington D.C., Wash., C1


Phylogeography of the antilopine wallaroo (Macropus antilopinus) across tropical northern Australia

J Wadley, D Fordham, V Thomson, E Ritchie, J Austin

(2016), Vol. 6, pp. 8050-8061, Ecology and evolution, London, Eng., C1


The effects of topographic variation and the fire regime on coarse woody debris: insights from a large wildfire

M Bassett, E Chia, S Leonard, D Nimmo, G Holland, E Ritchie, M Clarke, A Bennett

(2015), Vol. 340, pp. 126-134, Forest ecology and management, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


Resolving the value of the dingo in ecological restoration

T Newsome, G Ballard, M Crowther, J Dellinger, P Fleming, A Glen, A Greenville, C Johnson, M Letnic, K Moseby, D Nimmo, M Nelson, J Read, W Ripple, E Ritchie, C Shores, A Wallach, A Wirsing, C Dickman

(2015), Vol. 23, pp. 201-208, Restoration ecology, London, Eng., C1


Interspecific and geographic variation in the diets of sympatric carnivores: dingoes/wild dogs and red foxes in south-eastern Australia

N Davis, D Forsyth, B Triggs, C Pascoe, J Benshemesh, A Robley, J Lawrence, E Ritchie, D Nimmo, L Lumsden

(2015), Vol. 10, pp. 1-28, PLoS one, San Francisco, Calif., C1


Stemming the tide : progress towards resolving the causes of decline and implementing management responses for the disappearing mammal fauna of northern Australia

M Ziembicki, J Woinarski, J Webb, E Vanderduys, K Tuft, J Smith, E Ritchie, T Reardon, I Radford, N Preece, J Perry, B Murphy, H McGregor, S Legge, L Leahy, M Lawes, J Kanowski, C Johnson, A James, A Griffiths, G Gillespie, A Frank, A Fisher, A Burbidge

(2015), Vol. 6, pp. 169-225, THERYA, [California Sur, México], C1


Data management challenges in analysis and synthesis in the ecosystem sciences

A Specht, S Guru, L Houghton, L Keniger, P Driver, E Ritchie, K Lai, A Treloar

(2015), Vol. 534, pp. 144-158, Science of the total environment, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


Multiple threats, or multiplying the threats? Interactions between invasive predators and other ecological disturbances

T Doherty, C Dickman, D Nimmo, E Ritchie

(2015), Vol. 190, pp. 60-68, Biological conservation, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


Incorporating anthropogenic effects into trophic ecology: predator-prey interactions in a human-dominated landscape

I Dorresteijn, J Schultner, D Nimmo, J Fischer, J Hanspach, T Kuemmerle, L Kehoe, E Ritchie

(2015), Vol. 282, pp. 1-8, Proceedings of the Royal Society B : biological sciences, London, Eng., C1


Predators help protect carbon stocks in blue carbon ecosystems

T Atwood, R Connolly, E Ritchie, C Lovelock, M Heithaus, G Hays, J Fourqurean, P Macreadie

(2015), Vol. 5, pp. 1038-1045, Nature climate change, London, Eng., C1


Fire severity and fire-induced landscape heterogeneity affect arboreal mammals in fire-prone forests

E Chia, M Bassett, D Nimmo, S Leonard, E Ritchie, M Clarke, A Bennett

(2015), Vol. 6, pp. 1-14, Ecosphere, Washington, D.C., C1


Human dimensions of dog-wildlife interactions

K Miller, E Ritchie, M Weston

(2014), pp. 286-304, Free-ranging dogs and wildlife conservation, Oxford, England, B1


Dogs as predators and trophic regulators

E Ritchie, C Dickman, M Letnic, A Vanak

(2014), pp. 55-68, Free-ranging dogs and wildlife conservation, Oxford, England, B1


Top-dogs and under-dogs : competition between dogs and sympatric carnivores

A Vanak, C Dickman, E Silva-Rodriguez, J Butler, E Ritchie

(2014), pp. 69-93, Free-ranging dogs and wildlife conservation, Oxford, England, B1


Experiments in no-impact control of dingoes : comment on Allen et al. 2013

C Johnson, M Crowther, C Dickman, M Letnic, T Newsome, D Nimmo, E Ritchie, A Wallach

(2014), Vol. 11, pp. 1-3, Frontiers in zoology, London, England, C1


Differing impact of a major biogeographic barrier on genetic structure in two large kangaroos from the monsoon tropics of Northern Australia

M Eldridge, S Potter, C Johnson, E Ritchie

(2014), Vol. 4, pp. 554-567, Ecology and Evolution, England, C1


Status and ecological effects of the world's largest carnivores

William Ripple, James Estes, Robert Beschta, Christopher Wilmers, Euan Ritchie, Mark Hebblewhite, Joel Berger, Bodil Elmhagen, Mike Letnic, Michael Nelson, Oswald Schmitz, Douglas Smith, Arian Wallach, Aaron Wirsing

(2014), Vol. 343, pp. 1-11, Science, Washington, D.C., C1


The influence of non-climate predictors at local and landscape resolutions depends on the autecology of the species

D Harris, S Gregory, B Brook, E Ritchie, D Croft, G Coulson, D Fordham

(2014), Vol. 39, pp. 710-721, Austral ecology, London, Eng., C1


Towards a cohesive, holistic view of top predation: a definition, synthesis and perspective

F Sergio, O Schmitz, C Krebs, R Holt, M Heithaus, A Wirsing, W Ripple, E Ritchie, D Ainley, D Oro, Y Jhala, F Hiraldo, E Korpimäki

(2014), Vol. 123, pp. 1234-1243, Oikos, London, Eng., C1


Does fire influence the landscape-scale distribution of an invasive mesopredator?

C Payne, E Ritchie, L Kelly, D Nimmo

(2014), Vol. 9, pp. 1-9, PLoS One, United States, C1


Ecological connectivity or barrier fence? Critical choices on the agricultural margins of Western Australia

K Bradby, J Fitzsimons, A Del Marco, D Driscoll, E Ritchie, J Lau, C Bradshaw, R Hobbs

(2014), Vol. 15, pp. 180-190, Ecological management and restoration, London, Eng., C1


Strongly interactive carnivore species: maintaining and restoring ecosystem function

C Dickman, A Glen, M Jones, M Soule, E Ritchie, A Wallach

(2014), pp. 301-323, Carnivores of Australia : past, present and future, Melbourne, Vic., B1-1


The dingo and biodiversity conservation : response to Fleming et al. (2012)

C Johnson, E Ritchie

(2013), Vol. 35, pp. 8-14, Australian mammalogy, Melbourne, Vic., C1


Refuges for fauna in fire-prone landscapes : their ecological function and importance

N Robinson, S Leonard, E Ritchie, M Bassett, E Chia, S Buckingham, H Gibb, A Bennett, M Clarke

(2013), Vol. 50, pp. 1321-1329, Journal of applied ecology, London, England, C1


A cost-effective and informative method of GPS tracking wildlife

B Allan, J Arnould, J Martin, E Ritchie

(2013), Vol. 40, pp. 345-348, Wildlife research, Melbourne, Vic., C1


Top predators as biodiversity regulators : the dingo Canis lupus dingo as a case study

M Letnic, E Ritchie, C Dickman

(2012), Vol. 87, pp. 390-413, Biological reviews, Oxford, England, C1


Ecosystem restoration with teeth : what role for predators?

E Ritchie, B Elmhagen, A Glen, M Letnic, G Ludwig, R McDonald

(2012), Vol. 27, pp. 265-271, Trends in ecology and evolution, London, England, C1


Effects of predator control on behaviour of an apex predator and indirect consequences for mesopredator suppression

L Brook, C Johnson, E Ritchie

(2012), Vol. 49, pp. 1278-1286, Journal of applied ecology, Oxford, England, C1


The dingo and biodiversity conservation : response to Fleming et al. (2012)

C Johnson, E Ritchie

(2012), Vol. 35, pp. 8-14, Australian mammalogy, Collingwood, Vic., C1


The disappearing mammal fauna of northern Australia : context, cause, and response

J Woinarski, S Legge, J Fitzsimons, B Traill, A Burbidge, A Fisher, R Firth, I Gordon, A Griffiths, C Johnson, N McKenzie, C Palmer, I Radford, B Rankmore, E Ritchie, S Ward, M Ziembicki

(2011), Vol. 4, pp. 192-201, Conservation letters, Oxford, England, C1


Evolutionary origins and diversification of dragon lizards in Australia's tropical savannas

J Melville, E Ritchie, S Chapple, R Glor, J Schulte

(2011), Vol. 58, pp. 257-270, Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, Maryland Heights, Mo., C1


Ecology and conservation of the antilopine wallaroo : an overview of current knowledge

E Ritchie

(2010), pp. 179-186, Macropods : the biology of kangaroos, wallabies and rat kangaroos, Collingwood, Vic, B1-1


Putting the bite back into biodiversity conservation and rangeland management : what role(s) for dingoes?

E Ritchie, C Johnson

(2010), pp. 24-24, AMS 2010 : Proceedings of the Australian Mammal Society Scientific Meeting and Rock Wallaby 2010 symposium, Canberra, A.C.T., E1-1


Dingoes : managing for ecosystem resilience and pastoral productivity

E Ritchie, C Johnson

(2010), Queensland Pest Animal Symposium Proceedings 2010, Gladstone, Qld., E1-1


Predator control promotes invasive dominated ecological states

A Wallach, C Johnson, E Ritchie, A O'Neill

(2010), Vol. 13, pp. 1008-1018, Ecology Letters, Oxford , England, C1-1


Predator interactions, mesopredator release and biodiversity conservation

E Ritchie, C Johnson

(2009), Vol. 12, pp. 982-998, Ecology letters, Oxford, England, C1-1


Separating the influences of environment and species interactions on patterns of distribution and abundance : competition between large herbivores

E Ritchie, J Martin, C Johnson, B Fox

(2009), Vol. 78, pp. 724-731, Journal of animal ecology, Oxford, England, C1-1


More than mere numbers: the impact of lethal control on the social stability of a top-order predator

A Wallach, E Ritchie, J Read, A O'Neill

(2009), Vol. 4, pp. 1-8, PLoS ONE, San Francisco, Calif., C1-1


Large-herbivore distribution and abundance : intra-and interspecific niche variation in the tropics

E Ritchie, J Martin, A Krockenberger, S Garnett, C Johnson

(2008), Vol. 78, pp. 105-122, Ecological monographs, Washington, DC, C1-1


Australia's savanna herbivores : bioclimatic distributions and an assessment of the potential impact of regional climate change

E Ritchie, E Bolitho

(2008), Vol. 81, pp. 880-890, Physiological and biochemical zoology, Chicago, Il., C1-1


A molecular based taxonomic revision of Amphibolurus, Lophognathus and Pogona

E Ritchie, J Melville

(2007), ASH 2007 : Proceedings of the Australian Society of Herpetologists Meeting, Albany, W.A., E1-1


Interspecific differences in factors influencing the distribution and abundance of two wallaroo species : management implications.

E Ritchie, J Martin, C Johnson

(2007), Proceedings of the Australian Mammal Society Conference, Armidale, N.S.W., E1-1


The Viggers & Hearn conundrum : a kangaroo home range study with no implications for land management

J Martin, G Coulson, J Di Stefano, E Ritchie, A Greenfield, H Catachin, L Evans

(2007), Vol. 44, pp. 1080-1085, Journal of applied ecology, New York, NY, C1-1


An antilopine autecology : distribution, abundance and conservation of Macropus antilopinus. Macropod Symposium

E Ritchie, J Martin, S Garnett, A Krockenberger, C Johnson

(2006), Proceedings of the Australian Mammal Society Conference, Melbourne, Vic., E1-1


Predictions of the impacts of climate change on large macropods in Northern Australia.

E Ritchie, E Bolitho

(2006), Proceedings of the Australian Mammal Society Conference, Melbourne, Vic., E1-1


Southern Boobook Ninox novaeseelandiae feeding on the Fungus Pislithus albus in North Queensland

E Ritchie, J Martin

(2006), Vol. 23, pp. 46-47, Australian field ornithology, Nunawading, Vic., C1-1


Parasite (Ribeiroia ondatrae) infection linked to amphibian malformations in the western United States

P Johnson, K Lunde, E Thurman, E Ritchie, S Wray, D Sutherland, J Kapfer, T Frest, J Bowerman, A Blaustein

(2002), Vol. 72, pp. 151-168, Ecological monographs, Tempe, Ariz., C1-1


Adaptive biases in offspring sex ratios established before birth in a marsupial, the common brushtail possum Trichosurus vulpecula

C Johnson, E Ritchie

(2002), Vol. 13, pp. 653-656, Behavioral ecology, Oxford, Eng., C1-1


Adjustment of offspring sex ratios in relation to the availability of resources for philopatric offspring in the common brushtail possum

C Johnson, M Clinchy, A Taylor, C Krebs, P Jarman, A Payne, E Ritchie

(2001), Vol. 268, pp. 2001-2005, Royal Society of London : proceedings B : biological sciences, London, Eng., C1-1


Morphological abnormality patterns in a California amphibian community

P Johnson, K Lunde, E Ritchie, J Reaser, A Launer

(2001), Vol. 57, pp. 336-352, Herpetologica, Lawrence, Kan., C1-1


Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Pyroherbivory and the nexus between Aboriginal fire mosaics and kangaroos

Prof David Bowman, Dr Brett Murphy, Dr James Radford, A/Prof Euan Ritchie, Dr Thomas Vigilante

ARC Linkage - Projects

  • 2017: $30,000
  • 2016: $30,000

Leader of the pack: social structure and predator management

A/Prof Euan Ritchie, Prof Elissa Cameron, Prof Robbie McDonald, Asst/Prof Darren Croft, Dr Jose Montoya

ARC - Discovery Projects

  • 2018: $96,643

Other Public Sector Funding

The effective management and monitoring of cats and foxes in the Grampians national park

A/Prof Euan Ritchie, A/Prof John White

  • 2011: $8,200

Ecology of the Southern Brown Bandicoot in the for Koo Wee Rup Swamp area and surrounds

A/Prof Euan Ritchie

  • 2012: $9,000
  • 2011: $27,525

Conservation and ecology of the northern quoll

A/Prof Euan Ritchie, Miss Hannah Pusey

  • 2012: $3,800

The impacts of wild dogs across the public-private land interface in North West Victoria

A/Prof Euan Ritchie

  • 2013: $15,000

Southern Brown Bandicoot habitat disturbance study in Bunyip Main Drain

A/Prof Euan Ritchie, Miss Sarah Maclagan

  • 2014: $15,425
  • 2013: $36,000
  • 2012: $20,575

Understanding the influence of fire, habitat type and quality, grazing and introduced predators on mammal distribution and abundance in Wilsons Promontory National Park

A/Prof Euan Ritchie

  • 2016: $10,000
  • 2015: $10,000
  • 2014: $10,000

Robust mammal fire response models

A/Prof Euan Ritchie

  • 2016: $25,454
  • 2015: $10,909

Grampians Ark Predator Monitoring Project 2015

A/Prof Euan Ritchie, A/Prof John White

  • 2016: $40,000

Stemming the tide: can dingoes mediate the distribution, behaviour and impacts of feral herbivores in the Australian Alps?

A/Prof Euan Ritchie, Ms Eilysh Rosalie Thompson, Prof Don Driscoll, Dr Susanna Venn

  • 2018: $5,000

Industry and Other Funding

Living on the edge: ecology of the endangered Southern Brown Bandicoot in Melbourne's urban fringe

A/Prof Euan Ritchie, Miss Sarah Maclagan

  • 2013: $7,000
  • 2012: $7,000
  • 2011: $6,000

Specialist versus generalist species: a comparative ecological study of common and mountain brushtail possums

A/Prof Euan Ritchie, Mr Blake Allan

  • 2013: $7,000
  • 2012: $5,000
  • 2011: $5,000

Ecology and Conservation of the Northern Quoll (Dasyurus hallucatus)

A/Prof Euan Ritchie, Miss Hannah Pusey

  • 2011: $4,000

Mesopredator interactions and prey preferences in Australia

A/Prof John White, Ms Eloise Dowd, A/Prof Euan Ritchie, A/Prof Raylene Cooke

  • 2012: $6,000

Discovering Papua New Guinea's Mountain Mammals

A/Prof Euan Ritchie, Jim Thomas

  • 2013: $21,656

Predator ecology in a fire-prone landscape

A/Prof Euan Ritchie, Mr William Lachlan Geary

  • 2015: $1,000

How healthy are backyard bandicoots?

A/Prof Euan Ritchie, Dr Terry Coates, Miss Sarah Maclagan

  • 2015: $22,549

Next generation tracking: animal movement in the third dimension

A/Prof Euan Ritchie, Mr Blake Allan

  • 2014: $4,868

How does land-use intensity affect wildlife in farming landscapes?

Dr Dale Nimmo, A/Prof Euan Ritchie, Prof Andrew Bennett, Mrs Connie Warren

  • 2015: $7,000
  • 2014: $5,500

Conservation in agricultural landscapes: the role of land-use

A/Prof Euan Ritchie, Mrs Connie Warren, Dr Dale Nimmo, Prof Andrew Bennett

  • 2015: $1,500

The Big Roo Count

A/Prof Euan Ritchie

  • 2015: $19,944

Arresting the pernicious decline of keystone habitats in agricultural landscapes

Dr Tim Doherty, A/Prof Daniel Ierodiaconou, A/Prof Euan Ritchie, Prof Don Driscoll

  • 2018: $40,934
  • 2017: $11,814

Fighting over the scraps: meso- and apex-predator interactions at carcass sites

Dr Thomas Newsome, A/Prof Euan Ritchie, Emma Spencer

  • 2018: $17,195
  • 2017: $5,885

The ecological effects and management of large feral herbivores in alpine ecosystems

Ms Eilysh Rosalie Thompson, A/Prof Euan Ritchie, Dr Susanna Venn

  • 2018: $6,750


Principal Supervisor

Blake Allan

Thesis entitled: Refining technology to examine animal movement in modified landscapes

Doctor of Philosophy (Life & Env), School of Life and Environmental Sciences


Evelyn Chia

Thesis entitled: Wildfire, Landscape Heterogeneity and Fauna in Fire-prone Forests

Doctor of Philosophy (Life & Env), School of Life and Environmental Sciences

Michelle Bassett

Thesis entitled: Wildfire, mammals and their habitats in a fire-prone forest ecosystem

Doctor of Philosophy (Life & Env), School of Life and Environmental Sciences