Toby Travers

Project Researcher
The University of Tasmania

Toby Travers is a PhD candidate at the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, The University of Tasmania. Toby's primary research interest is the use of applied ecology in conservation management, in particular behavioural ecology of top-order predators and their prey. His research focuses on the response of island populations to introductions and eradications of novel and invasive species. Toby's work investigates how short term effects of disturbance on animal behaviour has long-term implications for population sustainability and ecosystem function.