Aaron Greenville

Project Leader
The University of Sydney

Aaron Greenville is a Post-doctoral Research Associate with the Desert Ecology Research Group, University of Sydney. He uses a strategic combination of population biology and trophic ecology to predict how ecosystems respond to climate change and the introduction of exotic species.

Aaron has over 16-years of experience in ecology and has worked in both arid and forested environments. His research is organised around three themes: ecosystem responses to climate change, species interactions (competition and predation) and technology for ecology, evolution and environmental sciences.

Publications
Intraguild predation among marsupials and arthropods
TSR Hub
Dynamics, habitat use and extinction risk of a carnivorous desert marsupial
Journal of Zoology - Wiley
Science for Saving Species Magazine Issue 11 Autumn 2019
TSR Hub
Persistence through tough times: Fixed and shifting refuges in threatened species conservation - Factsheet
TSR Hub
The kowari: Saving a central Australian micro-predator
TSR Hub
Persistence through tough times: fixed and shifting refuges in threatened species conservation - Journal
Biodiversity and Conservation
Securing the threatened kowari in remote South Australia
TSR Hub
Making the most of incomplete long-term datasets: the MARSS solution
Royal Zoological Society of NSW
The role of feral predators in disrupting small vertebrate communities in arid South Australia
TSR Hub
Identifying and managing refuges from threats
TSR Hub
Assessing the potential for intraguild predation among taxonomically disparate micro-carnivores: marsupials and arthropods
The Royal Society