Jenny Pierson

Population Ecologist
ACT Government, ACT Parks and Conservation Service

Dr. Jenny Pierson is a population ecologist interested in the challenges faced by small populations. She has worked with land management agencies and completed applied ecology projects in the USA and Australia.

Jenny's goal is to bridge the gap between research and management through applying scientific principles to the conservation and management of threatened species.

Publications
Revegetation and reproduction: do restoration plantings in agricultural landscapes support breeding populations of woodland birds?
Oecologia
Is bigger always better? Influence of patch attributes on breeding activity of birds in box-gum grassy woodland restoration plantings
Biological Conservation
Patch-scale culls of an overabundant bird defeated by immediate recolonization
Wiley
An experimental test of a compensatory nest predation model following lethal control of an overabundant native species
Biological Conservation
An empirical test of the mechanistic underpinnings of interference competition
Oikos
Beyond pattern to process: current themes and future directions for the conservation of woodland birds through restoration plantings - Journal
CSIRO
Survival and persistence of woodland birds in restoration plantings
TSR Hub
Can culling noisy miners benefit threatened woodland birds?
TSR Hub
Adaptive reintroduction strategies for the northern corroboree frog
TSR Hub
The vacant planting: limited influence of habitat restoration on patch colonization patterns by arboreal marsupials in south-eastern Australia.
Animal Conservation