Rosemary Hohnen

Project Leader
Charles Darwin University

Rosemary Hohnen is an ecologist and postdoctoral research fellow at Charles Darwin University. She is studying the response of the Kangaroo Island dunnart (and other threatened mammals) to cat eradication on Kangaroo Island. Rosie is interested in understanding the drivers of threatened species decline, and spent the last four years examining factors contributing to patterns of mammalian decline and persistence across remote parts of Northern Australia.

Since completing her PhD she has worked as an ecologist for Australian Wildlife Conservancy, helping to manage research and contribute to wildlife conservation on their sanctuaries across the Kimberley region of Western Australia.

Publications
Post-fire changes in feral cat density across Kangaroo Island
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Pre-eradication assessment of feral cat density and population size across Kangaroo Island, South Australia
Wildlife Research
Science for Saving Species Magazine Issue 14 Summer 2020
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Science for Saving Species Magazine Issue 11 Autumn 2019
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Protecting and detecting the Kangaroo Island dunnart
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Investigating feral cat control methods for western Kangaroo Island
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TSR Hub Researcher Profile - Rosemary Hohnen
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Science for Saving Species Magazine Issue 8 Winter 2018
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Detecting and protecting the Kangaroo Island dunnart
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In search of the KI dunnart
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Response of the Kangaroo Island Dunnart and other threatened species to a cat eradication program on Kangaroo Island
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Science For Saving Species Magazine: Issue 4 Winter 2017
Threatened Species Recovery Hub