Lecturer in Wildlife Conservation & Biology, Southern Cross University
Ross lectures in Wildlife Conservation and Biology within the School of Environment, Science & Engineering at Southern Cross University. He currently studies the conservation requirements of a range of wildlife species including the squirrel glider, eastern pygmy possum, koala, green and golden bell frog, Fleay's barred frog and the broad-headed snake. He has a particular interest in road impacts on wildlife and how they can be mitigated. He is currently the editor of Australian Mammalogy, the journal of the Australian Mammal Society.
Aug 02, 2022 04:23 am UTC| Nature
Australias wildlife is increasingly threatened with extinction. One key driver of this is habitat clearing and fragmentation. An associated factor is the expansion of our road network, particularly the upgrade and...