Simpson Desert mammal Monitoring

Research Project

Researchers: Associate Professor Glenda Wardle Professor Christopher Dickman (Participant)

Brief description

This project has gathered data on mammals in the Simpson Desert since 1990. Field trips every two or three months record numbers of mammals and their reproductive states. Most of the data generated relates to live-trapping of small mammals, but also includes surveys of mammalian predators and other monitoring surveys in the Simpson Desert.

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Contact Information

Street Address:
Heydon-Laurence Building, A08, School of Biological Sciences, University of Sydney, NSW 2006