- Washington Predator Prey Project (with the Predator Ecology Lab at the University of Washington, U.S.A)
- Trophic cascades in terrestrial ecosystems (with the Trophic Cascades Program at Oregon State University, U.S.A)
- Long term ecological monitoring in the Simpson Desert (with the Desert Ecology Research Group at The University of Sydney, Australia)
- LIFE Ibriwolf Project (as an international collaborator)
Recent Grants and Fellowships
- Australian Pacific Science Foundation (Current) “Fighting Over the Scraps: Predator Interactions and the Ecosystem Effects of Carrion” ($35K) Principal Investigator.
- Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (Current) “Interactions Between Wolves and Cougars in NE Washington” ($1.4M) Co-Investigator.
- Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (2016-2018) ($180K)
- Seattle City Lights Wildlife Research Grant (Current) “Interactions Between Wolves and Cougars in NE Washington” ($64K) Co-Investigator.
- National Geographic Society Committee for Research Exploration (Current) “Wolves in the Pacific Northwest: the Final Frontier” ($34K) Principal Investigator.
- USEED Crowd-Funding (Current) “The Top Dog Returns: The Impact of Wolves in the American West” ($17K) Co-Investigator.
- Australian American Fulbright Commission (2013) “How to Manage Dingoes in Australia: Understanding the Effect of Reintroducing Top-order Predators” ($57K)
- Northern Territory Government (2010) EnvironmeNT Grant “Diet of Camp Dogs in the Tanami Desert” ($10K) Principal Investigator.
- Newmont Tanami Operations (2007) “The Ecology of Dingoes in the Tanami Desert” ($100K) Principal Investigator
Main Project Collaborators
- Professor Chris Dickman: University of Sydney – Desert Ecology Research Group
- Professor William Ripple: Oregon State University – Trophic Cascades Program
- Associate Professor Aaron Wirsing: University of Washington – Predator Ecology Lab
- Dr Euan Ritchie: Deakin University – Centre for Integrative Ecology
I am always interested to hear from potential collaborators.