Luke Kelly

Project Researcher
The University of Melbourne

Luke Kelly's research interests are in biodiversity conservation, spatial ecology and environmental decision making. Much of his work is focused on understanding wildlife responses to fire, landscape change, climate and biogeographic history. This includes doing a mix of field experiments and ecological modelling.

Luke is currently working on research projects that cover a variety of taxa and places: from small mammals and plants in southern Australia, to birds and butterflies in northern Spain.

You can find out more about his research here:

FoxNet: An individualā€based model framework to support management of an invasive predator, the red fox
Journal of Applied Ecology
Fire and invasive predators