Matthew Rees

Project Team Member
The University of Melbourne

Matthew Rees is a PhD candidate with the Quantitative and Applied Ecology group at the University of Melbourne. His research aims to uncover the interactions that occur between invasive predators, fire and threatened native mammals.

He enjoys conducting both field work and computer modelling to improve management decisions around these threats. He is supervised by Brendan Wintle, Bronwyn Hradsky, Julian Di Stefano and Alan Robley.

Matthew has a Bachelor of Science (1st class honours) from the Queensland University of Technology. For more information about his research, please visit

www.matthewreesearch.wordpress.com

Publications
Unexpectedly high densities of feral cats in a rugged temperate forest
Biological Conservation
Fire and invasive predators
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