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Sydney Collett is a PhD candidate in the College of Engineering, IT and Environment and the Research Institute of Environment and Livelihoods (RIEL). Her research focusses on the movement of granivorous finches and how the availability of key resources influences movement. In particular, her research is looking at how the availability of resources such as food, water and nesting hollows change throughout the dry season to improve conservation efforts and fire management for these species. She is particularly interested in animal movement and the drivers behind how and why they move.
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Campbell, M. A., Connell, M. J., Collett, S. J., Udyawer, V., Crewe, T. L., McDougall, A. & Campbell, H. A., Nov 2020, In: Biological Conservation. 251, p. 1-9 9 p., 108769.
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Eisemberg, C., Luiselli, L., Mittermeier, R. A., Hudson, R., Horne, B. D., Goode, E. V., Kuchling, G., Walde, A., Baard, E. H. W., Berry, K. H., Bertolero, A., Blanck, T. E. G., Bour, R., Buhlmann, K. A., Cayot, L. J., Collett, S., Currylow, A. & 37 others, , 1 Dec 2018, In: Chelonian Conservation and Biology. 17, 2, p. 135-161 27 p.
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