Euan Ritchie

Researcher
Deakin University

Euan Ritchie applies ecological theory with good doses of field work to seek solutions to the challenges of conserving biodiversity. His TSR research focuses on identifying and managing refuges from threats, action evaluation and on-ground monitoring of threatened species.

Euan works in savannas, forests, woodlands and deserts, mostly chasing furry things that hop or bite.

For more information on what motivates Euan and what research he gets up to, please visit

https://euanritchie.org/

https://www.facebook.com/DrEuanRitchie/

and follow him on Twitter @EuanRitchie.

Publications
Designing better monitoring programs: Lessons from the brush-tailed rabbit-rat
TSR Hub
After the catastrophe: a blueprint for a conservation response to large-scale ecological disaster
TSR Hub
Persistence through tough times: Fixed and shifting refuges in threatened species conservation - Factsheet
TSR Hub
Persistence through tough times: fixed and shifting refuges in threatened species conservation - Journal
Biodiversity and Conservation
Towards meaningful monitoring: A case study of a threatened rodent
Wiley
Science for Saving Species Magazine Issue 7 Autumn 2018
TSR Hub
The what, where and how of refuges for threatened animals
TSR Hub
Identifying and managing refuges from threats
TSR Hub
Responses of invasive predators and native prey to a prescribed forest fire.
Journal of Mammalogy