Andrew Carter

Project Leader
The Australian Wildlife Conservancy

Andrew Carter is a wildlife ecologist with the Australian Wildlife Conservancy and an Adjunct Research Fellow with the Institute for Land Water and Society at Charles Sturt University. The main focus of his work is biodiversity monitoring and re-introduction of regionally extinct fauna.

Andrew's two main research interests are

  • (i) improving the management of introduced predators to benefit native species conservation and
  • (ii) the spatial ecology of threatened species.
Publications
Estimating the density of foxes using spatially explicit mark-resight methods
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Toward reliable population density estimates of partially marked populations using spatially explicit mark–resight methods
Wiley
Feral predators in south-east Australia: Towards a ‘beyond the fence’ strategy
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Identifying and managing refuges from threats
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