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Amélie Corriveau is a PhD candidate at the Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods (RIEL) under the supervision of A/Prof Hamish Campbell, Prof. Stephen Garnett, Prof. Keith Christian, Dr. Tara Crewe and Prof. Marcel Klaassen (Deakin University). Her research aims to understand the movement and nutritional ecology of the Magpie Goose (Anseranas semipalmata) in the Greater Darwin agricultural region to inform long-term management and conservation for the species in a developing landscape. Amélie holds a Bachelor of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences from McGill University, Montreal, Canada, with a major in Wildlife Biology and Honours in Primatology. Prior to her PhD research, Amélie worked in the Canadian television production and broadcasting industry for seven years and conducted ecological research in Costa Rica and Uganda with a focus on avian movements and primate behaviour in rural landscapes. This multidisciplinary background has given Amélie a particular interest for stakeholder engagement and outreach in human-wildlife contexts.
Research Output per year
Recovery of tree and mammal communities during large-scale forest regeneration in Kibale National Park, UgandaOmeja, P. A., Lawes, M. J., Corriveau, A., Valenta, K., Sarkar, D., Paim, F. P. & Chapman, C. A., 21 Nov 2016, In : Biotropica. 48, 6, p. 770-779 10 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article