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Dr Elizabeth Znidersic is an early career, post-doctoral researcher with ILWS. Her major research interests include survey methodologies and the application of technological tools to monitor individual species and ecosystems, wetland species and their management and island biodiversity and species reintroductions/translocations. Her research has been conducted in the USA and Australia. Liz has worked extensively in Tasmania with the Parks and Wildlife Service, non-government environmental agencies and various nature based tourism operations. Most of her research is applied ecology, improving our understanding and management of natural systems and specific species. She is currently working on the “Eavesdropping on wetland birds” project. Liz also teaches as a sessional lecturer with the School of Environmental Sciences at CSU

Research Interests

  • Survey and detection methodologies
  • Management of wetlands and wetland bird species
  • The application of eco-acoustics as a monitoring tool for species and ecosystems
  • Island biodiversity and species reintroduction

Education/Academic qualification

Environmental Science, PhD, Charles Sturt University

Award Date: 03 Dec 2019

Master of Natural Resource Management , Charles Sturt University

Award Date: 03 Dec 2013

External positions

Cocos Buff-banded Rail Advisory team

Winifred Curtis Reserve Trust Member

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