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Position: Research Assistant for Dr Grant Hamilton. Qualifications: Bachelor of Science (Biological and Environmental majors). Scientific interests: Wildlife ecology LiDAR technology in ecology Invasive species Agriculture Current Projects: Evaluating the use of LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) technology to measure vegetation structure attributes. Additional Information Katie is responsible for content updates to the QASE website.

Evangeline Corcoran receives Dean's Medal

Pictured Above: Dean of the School of Science and Health Prof. Gregory Kolt (left), Evangeline Corcoran (centre), Vice-Chancellor Prof. Barney Glover (right) Congratulations to our QASE member, Evangeline Corcoran, who was recently awarded the Dean’s Medal for her Bachelor of Science (Zoology) degree at the University of Western…

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Paper by Alan Pearse & Grant Hamilton published: "Giant coral reef fishes display markedly different susceptibility to night spearfishing"

Alan Pearse & Grant Hamilton have recently had a paper accepted for publication in Ecology and Evolution. This paper investigates the effect of spearfishing and habitat associations on the abundance of humphead wrasse (Cheilinus undulatus) and bumphead parrotfish (Bolbometopon muricatum). These fish are listed as Endangered and…

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Katie Johnston and Evangeline Corcoran are presenting at the Ecological Society of Australia Annual Conference

Evangeline Corcoran and Katie Johnston will be presenting their novel methods for detection of koalas and vegetation measurements in their habitat at this years Ecological Society of Australia Annual Conference. They will both be giving speed talks at the Symposium:  Conservation technology: Innovative applications for ecology on…

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