Darren Southwell

Project Leader
The University of Melbourne

Darren Southwell is a postdoctoral researcher at the Quantitative and Applied Ecology Group in the School of BioSciences at University of Melbourne.

His current research aims to optimise monitoring strategies for Malleefowl across southern Australia and threatened species in the Northern Territory.

Publications
Designing rapid on-ground reconnaissance surveys for post natural disaster (fire) to assess the status of species, ecological communities, habitats and threats
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What are we measuring? A review of metrics used to describe biodiversity in offsets exchanges
Biological Conservation
Citizen scientists reveal nationwide trends and drivers in the breeding activity of a threatened bird, the malleefowl (Leipoa ocellata)
Biological Conservation
A checklist of attributes for effective monitoring of threatened species and threatened ecosystems
Journal of Environmental Management
Design considerations for post natural disaster (fire) on-ground assessment of status of species, ecological communities, habitats and threats
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Monitoring wildlife in the Top End
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Adaptive management to conserve the malleefowl
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Spatially explicit power analysis for detecting occupancy trends for multiple species
Ecological Applications
How to ensure threatened species monitoring leads to threatened species conservation
Wiley
Adaptive management informs conservation and monitoring of Australia’s threatened malleefowl
Biological Conservation
National monitoring priorities, process and prospectus for threatened species
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Monitoring threatened species and ecological communities - Factsheet
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A tool for evaluating biodiversity monitoring programs in national parks
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Arid Zone Monitoring: Surveys for vertebrates across arid and semi-arid zones
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Arid zone monitoring project What’s it about?
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Recovering malleefowl with adaptive management of feral predators
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How to improve threatened species management: An Australian perspective
Elsevier
Monitoring for threatened species and ecological communities
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