Dr Jennifer Taylor - Nat Sch Science (Faculty of Health Sciences)
Fully accredited supervisor - Can supervise as principal supervisor
BSc (Sydney), MSc (Sydney), PhD (UNSW)
I am an Ecologist and Senior Lecturer in Environmental Science at the North Sydney campus of the Australian Catholic University.
My research is on the effects of natural and human-induced disturbances on plant and animal communities. Current research interests are:
1. Dynamics of woodland bird and bat communities in relations to landscape characteristics.
2. Trajectories of vegetation restoration after sand mining and fire.
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wildlife ecology; tree cavities/hollows; birds; ; bats; fire; mining; disturbance ;
* quantitative data analysis; ; plant and animal survey techniques ;
Growth characteristics of Eucalyptus camaldulensis trees differ between adjacent regulated and unregulated rivers in semi-arid temperate woodlands, in Forest Ecology and Management 398, 1-9
Variability in allometric relationships for temperate woodland Eucalyptus trees, in Forest Ecology and Management 360, 122-32
Remotely-sensed foliage cover and ground-measured stand attributes are complimentary when estimating tree hollow abundances across relictual woodlands in agricultural landscapes, in Ecological Management and Restoration, 16, 114-23
Hollow occurrence and abundance varies with tree characteristics and among species in temperate woodland Eucalyptus, in Austral Ecology 39, 145-57
Growth, recruitment and attrition of Eucalyptus tree species in semi-arid temperate woodland, in Forest Ecology and Management 331,24-34