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Personal profile

Currently Involved in research at Charles Sturt University.

Education/Academic qualification

Environmental Science, Doctor of Philosophy, University of South Australia

Environmental Science, Honours, University of South Australia

External positions

Threatened Species Officer, NSW Office of Environment and Heritage

Oct 2016 → …

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Amblyomma Agriculture & Biology
South Australia Agriculture & Biology
ticks Agriculture & Biology
Ticks Medicine & Life Sciences
rangeland Earth & Environmental Sciences
Macropodidae Medicine & Life Sciences
grazing Earth & Environmental Sciences
New South Wales Agriculture & Biology

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Research Output 2006 2018

Investigation of ticks and red blood cell parasites of a population of reintroduced mainland tammar wallabies (Notamacropus eugenii eugenii)

Waudby, H. P., Petit, S., Matthews, B., Sharp, A., Pradhan, R. & Dale, B., 12 Nov 2018, In : Australian Mammalogy. p. 1-4 4 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Macropus eugenii
Amblyomma
Ixodes
tick
ticks

Wild orchids: Saving three endangered orchid species in southern New South Wales

Waudby, H. P., Cameron, M., Robertson, G., Caynes, R. & Reiter, N., Mar 2018, Recovering Australian Threatened Species: A Book of Hope. Garnett, S., Latch, P., Lindenmayer, D. & Woinarski, J. (eds.). Australia: CSIRO Publishing, p. 159-168 10 p. (Recovering Australian Threatened Species: A Book of Hope).

Research output: Book chapter/Published conference paperChapter (peer-reviewed)

Orchidaceae
pollinators
New South Wales
population size
herbivores
4 Citations (Scopus)

Detection and phylogenetic characterisation of novel Anaplasma and Ehrlichia species in Amblyomma triguttatum subsp. from four allopatric populations in Australia

Gofton, A. W., Waudby, H. P., Petit, S., Greay, T. L., Ryan, U. M. & Irwin, P. J., Aug 2017, In : Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases. 8, p. 749-756 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Anaplasma
Ehrlichia
Amblyomma
allopatry
Ticks

Managing rain-filled wetlands for carbon sequestration: A synthesis

Watkins, S. C., Baldwin, D. S., Waudby, H. P. & Ning, S. E. M. A., Feb 2017, In : Rangeland Journal. 39, 2, p. 145-152 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

2 Citations (Scopus)

The importance of travelling stock reserves for maintaining high-quality threatened temperate woodlands

O'loughlin, T., O'loughlin, L. S., Michael, D. R., Wood, J. T., Waudby, H. P., Falcke, P. & Lindenmayer, D. B., Sep 2017, In : Australian Journal of Botany. 65, 6-7, p. 507-516 10 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

woodlands
woodland
vegetation
land tenure
grazing pressure

Activities 2017 2017

Poster: applying a social-ecological system approach to influence dingo management practices

Helen Waudby (Participant), Sophie Petit (Participant), Gill Earl (Participant), Guy Robinson (Participant)
Jul 2017

Activity: Other activity typesOther