Rochelle Steven

Researcher
The University of Queensland

Rochelle Steven's previous research and professional experience includes themes on bird habitat conservation and management, engaging the general public in nature appreciation and sharing her passion for using native plants to create ecologically sustainable gardens.

Her PhD examined the relationship between birders, avitourism and conservation.

Rochelle's diverse research experience includes fieldwork in Australia's alpine zones, Australia's most sought after tropical birdwatching destinations, the Birdfair in the United Kingdom, and the remote highlands of Fiji.

Publications
Science for Saving Species Magazine Issue 15 2020
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Citizen Science - Community Workshop Summary
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A new citizen science tool for understanding the conservation opportunities and challenges facing Australia’s possums and gliders
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Science for Saving Species Magazine Issue 13 Spring 2019
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Citizen science case study – Priority Mammal Species: Western Ringtail Possum
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Citizen science case study – Priority Bird Species: Red-tailed Black-cockatoo (South-eastern)
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Citizen science case study – Priority Bird Species: Australasian Bittern
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Citizen science for the western ringtail possum
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How citizen science programs are implemented in Australia for threatened species
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An overview of citizen science programs for threatened species in Australia
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Citizen science for threatened species conservation and building community support
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Science For Saving Species Magazine: Issue 4 Winter 2017
Threatened Species Recovery Hub