Honorary Research Associate
BSc (Hons), PhD
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Natasha has a background in plant-animal interactions that has predominately encompassed the intricate relationships between Australian native fauna and the Eucalyptus genera. Previous research interests have included the nature of mammal foraging behaviour, the pharmacokinetics of plant chemistry in marsupial herbivores and invertebrate seed predation. Natasha is currently researching the home-range utilisation of native macropod populations in Tasmania.
We have been undertaking a comprehensive wildlife management review to provide evidence that is essential for the formulation of wildlife management programs. We are investigating the movement patterns and home range utilisation of the Tasmanian pademelon and the red-necked wallaby in Tasmania, using the following survey techniques:
Authorised by the Head of School, Biological Sciences
16 May, 2014