Hamish Campbell

Ph.D., B.Sc.

Registered to supervise postgraduate research

20072020

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Associate Professor Hamish Campbell is a RIEL Senior Research Fellow and leader of the Movement and Landscape Ecology Laboratory (MLE-Lab) at Charles Darwin University (CDU). He is the Chair of the Environment Discipline for the College of Engineering, IT and Environment. He lectures and coordinates units in Spatial Sciences and also runs the CDU Drone School.  Hamish is interested in studying the spatiotemporal relationship between animals and their environment. In particular, what drives animals to move, how do they respond to environmental heterogeneity, and why they select certain areas over others. Understanding how animals move through space and time is fundamental to ecological processes and Hamish’s research aids in the management of Australia's invasive and threatened species. His current projects study the movement and migration of birds, reptiles, mammals, and fish across Northern Australia.

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Opportunities and challenges in using weather radar for detecting and monitoring flying animals in the Southern Hemisphere

Rogers, R. M., Buler, J. J., Wainwright, C. E. & Campbell, H. A., Feb 2020, In : Austral Ecology. 45, 1, p. 127-136 10 p.

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  • Early Career Researchers Embrace Data Sharing

    Campbell, H. A., Micheli-Campbell, M. A. & Udyawer, V., Feb 2019, In : Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 34, 2, p. 95-98 4 p.

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  • Ontogenetic shifts in the nesting behaviour of female crocodiles

    Baker, C. J., Franklin, C. E., Campbell, H. A., Irwin, T. R. & Dwyer, R. G., Apr 2019, In : Oecologia. 189, 4, p. 891-904 14 p.

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  • Using individual-based movement information to identify spatial conservation priorities for mobile species

    Dwyer, R. G., Campbell, H. A., Pillans, R. D., Watts, M. E., Lyon, B. J., Guru, S. M., Dinh, M. N., Possingham, H. P. & Franklin, C. E., Dec 2019, In : Conservation Biology. 33, 6, p. 1426-1437 12 p.

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  • A standardised framework for analysing animal detections from automated tracking arrays

    Udyawer, V., Dwyer, R. G., Hoenner, X., Babcock, R. C., Brodie, S., Campbell, H. A., Harcourt, R. G., Huveneers, C., Jaine, F. R. A., Simpfendorfer, C. A., Taylor, M. D. & Heupel, M. R., 13 Dec 2018, In : Animal Biotelemetry. 6, 1, p. 1-14 14 p., 17.

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    Thesis

    Impacts of fire on Sorghum stipoideum and subsequent influence upon breeding in the Gouldian finch (Erythrura gouldiae)

    Author: Weier, A., Aug 2017

    Supervisor: Campbell, H. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - CDU

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