Danielle Stokeld

Project Researcher
Department of Environment and Natural Resources, NT Government

Danielle Stokeld is an ecologist with the Northern Territory Government Department of Environment and Natural Resources. Her research has focused on threats implicated in the decline of native mammals in northern Australia. Projects she has worked on including understanding impacts of predation by feral cats, and investigating the potential role of disease. Danielle's research interests include feral cat ecology, optimisation of camera-trap sampling methods for detecting species, and applying occupancy modelling to investigate spatial and temporal trends.

Publications
What do predator diets tell us about mammal declines in Kakadu National Park? - Findings Factsheet
TSR Hub
Bottom-up and top-down processes influence contemporary patterns of mammal species richness in Australia's monsoonal tropics
Biological Conservation
Introduced cats (Felis catus) eating a continental fauna: inventory and traits of Australian mammal species killed
Biological Conservation - Mammal Review
Introduced cats (Felis catus) eating a continental fauna: The number of mammals killed in Australia
Biological Conservation
What do predator diets tell us about mammal declines in Kakadu National Park?
CSIRO
How many reptiles are killed by cats in Australia?
CSIRO
Responses of threatened species to cats and fire management in Kakadu and northern savannas
TSR Hub
Rapid increase of Australian tropical savanna reptile abundance following exclusion of feral cats
Elsevier