Projects per year
Rebecca Rogers is a PhD Candidate in the College of Engineering, IT and Environment and the Research Institute of Environment and Livelihoods. Her research focuses on repurposing weather radar data to detect the movement and behaviour of large waterbirds. In particular, she is looking at how we could use the weather radar in Darwin to better understand changes in the movement of Magpie Geese to help improve their management around the Top End. Broadly speaking, she is interested in how we can use technology to study animal movement and improve wildlife management.
3/01/17 → …
Project: HDR Project › PhD
Trialling aerial radiography to detect black-footed rock wallabies (Petrogale lateralis subsp) in the Western Kimberley
5/04/21 → 30/09/21
Broad-scale opportunistic movements in the tropical waterbird Anseranas semipalmata: implications for human-wildlife conflictsCorriveau, A., Klaassen, M., Crewe, T. L., Kaestli, M., Garnett, S. T., Loewensteiner, D. A., Rogers, R. M. & Campbell, H. A., Jan 2021, In: Emu. 120, 4, p. 343-354 12 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
Opportunities and challenges in using weather radar for detecting and monitoring flying animals in the Southern HemisphereRogers, R. M., Buler, J. J., Wainwright, C. E. & Campbell, H. A., Feb 2020, In: Austral Ecology. 45, 1, p. 127-136 10 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Editorial › peer-review