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Dr Deborah Wilson

Dr Deb Wilson is an Honorary Associate Professor teaching in the Wildlife Management course. Please follow the link below to view her profile at Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research.

Ecologist at Manaaki Whenua - Landcare Research

Teaching

Wildlife Management

Current and Recent Postgraduate Students

Dr Deborah Wilson tramping in a national park

  • Kim Miller (MSc): Mammalian predator profiling
  • Charlotte Patterson (MSc): Density and reinvasion prevention of the common brushtail possum within a New Zealand urban centre
  • Jamie McAulay (MSc, 2018): Using stable isotope analysis to study the diet of stoats in the alpine zone of New Zealand
  • Georgina Pickerell (PhD, 2015): Braided-river islands as refuges from introduced mammalian predators : characteristics influencing predator presence, and consequences of reduced flow.
  • Rebecca Lawrence (MSc, 2011): Using artificial food patches to investigate the foraging behaviour of ship rats, and testing for suitable study populations of house mice.
  • Des Smith (PhD, 2005): Movements, population dynamics and predatory behaviour of stoats inhabiting alpine grasslands in Fiordland.
  • Richard Clayton (MSc, 2005): The influence of introduced mammals on forest regeneration on islands in Paterson Inlet, Rakiura National Park.