Faculty of Science and Technology

Andrew Arnold - Research

Current research projects

Long term study – Brush-tailed Phascogales since 2000

Research publications

Conservation cornerstones: Capitalising on the endeavours of long-term monitoring projects - Holland, Alexander, Johnson, Arnold, Halley and Bennett – Biological Conservation 145 (2012).

Habitat characteristics of a threatened arboreal marsupial and its resource use in a degraded landscape: the brush-tailed phascogale (Phascogale tapoatafa tapoatafa) in central Victoria, Australia – Mansfield, Arnold, Bell and York published online 19 April 2017, CSIRO Wildlife Research.

Professional memberships and associations

  • Ecological Society of Australia (since 1975)
  • British Ecological Society (40 years membership now retired)
  • Entomological Society of Victoria (since 1996)

Internal/external web links

  • SWIFFT - Member of Planning Group with CeRDI (Federation University Australia)

Other information

Category B member of Federation University Animal Ethics committee.