Wildlife Research in Australia - Bradley P. Smith

Wildlife Research in Australia

Practical and Applied Methods

Bradley P. Smith (Redaktør) ; Helen P. Waudby (Redaktør) ; Corinne Alberthsen (Redaktør) ; Jordan O. Hampton (Redaktør)

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«From crocodiles to wombats, numbats to venomous fish, and all in between, the species profiles are an excellent resource, with information on biology, handling and veterinary considerations such as sedation techniques, sample collection or euthanasia. Wildlife Research in Australia: Practical and Applied Methods is an invaluable tool for researchers, teachers, students, animal ethics committee members and organisations participating in wildlife research and other activities with wildlife.»

Wildlife Health Australia
Dr Jordan O. Hampton is a Research Fellow at the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences, University of Melbourne, and an Adjunct Lecturer with the Harry Butler Institute, Murdoch University. He is a veterinarian with almost 20 years' experience working with a range of Australian wildlife. Dr Bradley P. Smith is a Senior Lecturer in psychology at Central Queensland University. For the past 15 years he has been conducting research relating to the behaviour, cognition and management of captive, domestic and wild animals, as well as the intersections between humans and wildlife. Dr Helen P. Waudby is a conservation biologist and Adjunct Research Fellow with Charles Sturt University. She has over 20 years' experience working with wildlife, ranging from desert rodents and marsupials to frogs and parasites. Dr Corinne Alberthsen is a National Animal Ethics Coordinator. She is currently an executive officer to several animal ethics committees, and over the past decade has been a member of, or special advisor to, many others.