Speakers

Keynote Speaker

  • Andreas Glanznig

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    Andreas Glanznig

    Mr Andreas Glanznig is the CEO of the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre – Australia’s largest collaboration of governments, industry groups and research institutions, working together on national scale pest animal management innovation.   He led the CRC’s executive team in assembling the successful IACRC five year extension program, 2012-2017.   The Invasive Animals CRC is on track to deliver: new Rabbit Biocontrol (the rabbit calicivirus RHDV K5 strain national release program); a new Carp Biocontrol agent (the Cyprinid Herpesvirus-3); and new Wild Dog and Fox control products.

    Mr Glanznig’s career has, for nearly 30 years, transversed science management, policy advocacy and development, and strategic communications.   Former roles include leading the World Wildlife Fund’s advocacy team on invasive species policy reform where he played a driving role in efforts to close Commonwealth quarantine law loopholes that allowed the import of new high risk weeds, as well as elevating island pest eradications to become a national issue.

    Mr Glanznig has also served as a Director of the Weeds Cooperative Research Centre and the Global Invasive Species Program.  He has degrees in Science and Letters, and a Masters of Business Administration.

     

  • Mark Read

    Mark Read

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    Mark Read

    Mark Read is a wildlife biologist who specialises in the conservation and management of wildlife and the habitats they rely on and working with people to develop practical and pragmatic ways of minimising the impact of human-related activities on these species.

    Starting his career with Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service for nearly a dozen years, Mark was first employed as a crocodile biologist but then strayed into managing a group of dedicated people working on wildlife management, threatened species and off national park conservation of habitats. In that time he gained considerable experience working with potentially dangerous wildlife such as crocodiles, cassowaries and snakes (and some disgruntled human clients!), and developing and implementing strategies to minimise the potential for negative human-wildlife interactions.

    In 2007 Mark joined the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority where he specialised in the conservation management of protected and iconic species. He now works in the jointly-funded Field Management Program as Manager Operations Support, contributing to the delivery of effective management of island and marine habitats in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and the species they support. A key part of this role is adaptive ecosystem-based management, in which the management of weeds and pests forms a key component.

  • Professor Don Hine

    Professor Don Hine

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    Professor Don Hine

    Don Hine is a Professor of Psychology at the University of New England. His work focuses on understanding human dimensions of environmental problems such as resource over-consumption, climate change, air pollution, and invasive species. He leads a research group that designs and evaluates communication and behaviour change strategies to help solve these problems. He leads the "Triggers for Effective Action" project in the "Community Engagement" program for the Invasive Animals CRC.     

Invited Speaker

  • Gregory Andrews

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    Gregory Andrews
    Threatened Species Commissioner

    Gregory Andrews is Australia’s first Threatened Species Commissioner. He was appointed to bring a new national focus to conservation efforts and address the growing number of species in Australia facing extinction. The Commissioner’s role is to consult on, and raise awareness and support for, threatened species in the community. 

    Before taking up the Threatened Species Commissioner position, Gregory was managing implementation of natural resource management programmes and was responsible for over $100 million of investments, including protecting the Tasmanian devil and threatened birds. Gregory has previously worked on social and Indigenous policy reform and has twice taken leave to work on Indigenous community development issues, including with the Northern Land Council in Kakadu and West Arnhem Land where he assisted and supported the traditional owners with land management decisions. Gregory began his career with Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in 1991 and has been on postings to China and Japan. When in China, Gregory worked on environmental issues including negotiating a bilateral agreement to protect habitat for migratory bird species. Gregory graduated with first class honours in Economics (majoring in Environmental Economics).

     

Oral Presenter

  • Agus Sunarto

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    Agus Sunarto
    Research Scientist, CSIRO

    Agus Sunarto obtained his PhD in virology from the University of Queensland and worked for the Indonesian Ministry of Fisheries before joining the CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory. His research focuses on promoting sustainable aquaculture by managing fish viral diseases and protecting aquatic environment by mitigating invasive species impacts. Currently he works in Ken McColl’s lab examining cyprinid herpesvirus 3 as a potential biocontrol agent for carp in Australia and investigating precision genome engineering as a tool to develop fish viral vaccines. He also has interest in managing tilapia as the aquatic chicken and as an invasive species.

  • Anita Ramage

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    Anita Ramage
    Senior Biosecurity Officer, Biosecurity Queensland

    Anita is a Senior Biosecurity Officer in the Invasive Plants and Animals section within Biosecurity Queensland where she has worked since 2014. She specialises in marine pest biosecurity, state policy and strategic planning, but is also involved with many other aspects of invasive animal policy and management in Queensland. Previous to this she spent 14 years working for Queensland Fisheries in sustainable resource management.

  • Ben Muller

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    Ben Muller
    PhD Student, James Cook University

    Ben is a PhD student at James Cook University, Townsville, under the supervision of Prof. Lin Schwarzkopf and Dr. David Pike. He has an interest in the behavioural and physiological mechanisms underlying biological invasions, and how these traits can be used against the target species to design control regimes. Over the course of his PhD, Ben has worked closely with his supervisory team, and Animal Control Technologies Australia, examining several behavioural characteristics of cane toads, and using the results gained to improve the design and success of adult cane toad traps.

  • Benjamin Allen

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    Benjamin Allen
    Vice-Chancellors Research Fellow, University of Southern Queensland

    I've been involved with wildlife management and research since I was a child, and have been employed in the private and public sectors primarily as a dingo ecologist, conservationist and manager for over 10 years. I am a Vice-chancellors Research Fellow at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ), an adjunct lecturer with the University of Queensland (UQ), and am the Vice-president of the Australasian Wildlife Management Society (AWMS). I investigate practical solutions to a variety of complex dingo management problems around Australia and internationally, often in livestock grazing systems and peri-urban areas.

    Current research areas include: 

    • Ecology and management of wild dogs in peri-urban areas 
    • Ecology of watermice in mangrove communities 
    • Ecology and management of dingoes on Fraser Island 
    • Vertebrate biocontrol of feral goats on tropical offshore islands 
    • Eradication of vertebrate pests and reintroduction of threatened fauna on conservation-fenced livestock production lands 
    • Ecology and management of stray dogs and their diseases in rural and remote indigenous communities across Australia and southeast Asia

    I have a keen interest in dingoes generally, and have published a wide variety of journal articles, book chapters, technical reports and education materials on dingo conservation, control and management.

  • Brian Ross

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    Brian Ross
    Project Manager/Ecologist, Balkanu Cape York Development Corporation P/L

    Brian Ross (BSc w/ hons) has researched feral big habits for several years in Queensland.  He is currently managing a feral pig and sea turtle project in central Cape York aimed at improving biodiversity outcomes via pig control and building capacity in Indigenous rangers groups.

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    Bronwyn Fancourt

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    Bronwyn Fancourt
    Project Officer, Robert Wicks Pest Animal Research Centre, Biosecurity Queensland

    Bronwyn is a wildlife ecologist with research interests in vertebrate pest control, threatened species conservation and management and predator interactions. She is currently researching ways to improve feral cat management in eastern Australia.

  • Calista Cameron

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    Calista Cameron
    Principal Consultant, Naturecall Environmental

    Calista has a deep background in Vertebrate Pest management, wildlife rescue and rehabilitation through both employment and volunteer programs. She has gained the widest spectrum of experience in wildlife health assessments, species identification, environmental surveys, habitat analysis, project management & wildlife management: all of which assist her in achieving her goal of effective conservation of our native species and managing threats posed by native and introduced species.

  • Catherine Crowden

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    Catherine Crowden
    Project Officer, South West NRM

    Catherine Crowden has worked for South West NRM for approximately 2 years on the collaborative area management project and is excited to see the concept further developed into a second phase. Catherine came to South West NRM as a graduate of Murdoch University in Western Australia where she studied Conservation and Wildlife Biology and Environmental Management.

  • Damien Burrows

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    Damien Burrows
    Director, James Cook University

    Professor Damien Burrows is an aquatic ecologist who has worked in tropical Australia for 25 years.  He is the Director of TropWATER (www.tropwater.com), a multidisciplinary research centre at James Cook University that conducts applied research on a range of high profile environmental management issues.  His personal research encompasses the ecology and management of freshwater, estuarine, coastal and reef environments and includes many years working on pest fishes such as tilapia and climbing perch.

  • Gary Morton

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    Gary Morton
    Coordinator, Biosecurity Queensland

    Gary J Morton – Biosecurity Queensland (Qld DAF)  - Gary Morton is the Coordinator of the National Electric Ant Eradication Program. The Program has been established since 2006 and its aim is to eradicate electric ant from its only known location in Australia, Far North Queensland. Gary manages the Program treatment and surveillance, compliance and community engagement activities. Previously he was the Program Scientist.

  • John Olds

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    John Olds
    Principal Conservation Officer, Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service

    John, a Principal Conservation Officer with the Ecological Assessment Unit of QPWS, has worked in marine and island management for over 23 years. He is responsible for the development, coordination and management of natural resource management programs primarily on island and marine protected areas. His work primarily focusses on knowledge acquisition, monitoring and evaluation of natural systems within an adaptive management framework.

    John chairs the Island and Marine Conservation Network, a State-wide network of professional, technical and operational staff dealing with marine and island natural resource management, that provides technical advice and support to a range of stakeholders.

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    John Scriven

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    John Scriven

    John Scriven has 35 years’ experience in Feral Animal Control. The first 5 years in animal control and harvesting feral animals was from the family farm (pigs & foxes); and then the next 20 years as a professional commercial harvester and licence dealer / wild game processor. Over the last 10 years John has been involved in research and coordinating and facilitated control groups in wild dogs and feral pigs. This has included being employed with  Warroo Balonne Landcare situated in St. George , South West QLD for 5 years; and then in the last 5 years with QMDC as a Pest Animal Technical Officer also at St. George.  John has been involved in several research projects such as the Hog-gone Trials (Sodium Nitrate) in Australia and USA (2011 – 2016). John also was involved in contractual work with the Invasive Animals CRC in their Mallee Fowl Project (2014 – 2016) working with Jason Wishart. John has also designed a new feral pig trap gate that has been getting great results. The presentation at the QPAS will show case the incorporation of the Mallee fowl project and Feral pig trap gate .

    True to his heritage, John also enjoys running sheep and cattle farms in the Balonne Shire in his spare time! 

  • Lana Harriott

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    Lana Harriott
    PhD Student, University of Queensland

    Lana has a bachelor of Animal Science (Honours) from the University of Adelaide, she is currently in the final stages of her PhD at the University of Queensland and has hopefully(!!!!) submitted by the time this conference comes rolling round.  Her most recent work has been looking into pathogens of public health significance in peri-urban wild dogs.

  • Lee Allen

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    Lee Allen
    Senior Zoologist, Biosecurity

    Dr Lee Allen is a Senior Zoologist in Pest Animal Research with Biosecurity Queensland with 34 years employment history with the department specialising in wild dog ecology and management. Over the course of his career he has researched the efficacy of large-scale 1080 baiting programs, 1080 loss, manufactured baits, PAPP toxicoses, cyanide ejectors, maremma guardian dogs and soft-catch traps and investigated the seasonal movements, dispersal and diet of wild dogs and their impact on beef cattle production. Author of over 50 book chapters, reports and papers in national and international scientific journals and conferences, his current studies are evaluating cluster fences in central west Queensland and the impact of wild dogs on deer and cattle west of Townsville. 

  • Lori Lach

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    Lori Lach
    Senior Lecturer, James Cook University

    Dr Lori Lach is a community ecologist in the College of Science and Engineering at James Cook University in Cairns. Her research focuses on how invasive species behave within their novel habitats and application of the knowledge of their biology to mitigate their impacts. She has researched ant invasions throughout the tropics and subtropics for 16 years. In 2013 she reviewed all six federally funded tramp ant programs in Australia (see http://www.environment.gov.au/biodiversity/invasive/publications/tramp-ant-projects).  She serves on the Steering Committee for the Yellow Crazy Ant Eradication Program run by the Wet Tropics Management Authority.

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    Matthew Amos

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    Matthew Amos
    Project Officer, Biosecurity Queensland

    Matt is a researcher working with the Robert Wicks Pest Animal Research Centre on deer issues after completing a PhD on red deer in SE Qld.

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    Matthew Gentle

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    Matthew Gentle
    Senior Zoologist, Robert Wicks Pest Animal Research Centre

    Dr Matt Gentle is a Senior Zoologist at the Robert Wicks Pest Animal Research Centre, Biosecurity Qld, in Toowoomba. Matt started his career at the NSW DPI Vertebrate Pest Research Unit and was involved in projects on species including rabbits, feral goats, pest birds and kangaroos, and subsequently completed his PhD on fox baiting practices on the central tablelands of New South Wales. His work has more recently focused on investigating the impacts and management of feral pigs, the ecology and management of peri-urban wild dogs, and improving feral cat management strategies in Queensland.

  • Melissa Green

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    Melissa Green
    Land Protection Officer, Townsville City Council

    Melissa is Townsville City Council's Land Protection Officer. She started out in the conservation field in 2006, transitioning to pest animals and invasive weeds in 2012. During this time she has worked on a range of issues brought about by pest plants and animals. Regarding feral animal management, Melissa primarily deals with wild dogs across the local government area, however the past year has also seen the inclusion of feral horses. She often liaises with larger parcel land managers, hobby farmers and suburban residents, working towards effective and broad-scale co-ordination.

  • Michael Brennan

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    Michael Brennan
    Experimentalist, Biosecurity Queensland

    Michael is a technical officer with the Robert Wicks Pest Animal Research Centre based in Toowoomba.  He has over 15 years experience in the field of pest animal research, specialising in rabbit and deer research.  His recent work has included surveying northern Queensland chital deer populations and researching the biology of northern Australian rabbits.  He is currently working on a project describing the ecology and distribution of chital deer in north Queensland.

  • Patty Please

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    Patty Please
    Post-Doctoral Researcher, Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre

    Dr Patty Please, who is part of the Invasive Animals CRC Program 4 - Community Engagement group, has spent the past 3 1/2 years working with Prof Don Hine on the application of behavioural science principles and practices to the issue of increasing community participation in invasive animal management. She is based in Brisbane and works primarily on behaviour change projects in partnership with the City of Gold Coast and Queensland Department of Agriculture.

  • Peter Cremasco

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    Peter Cremasco
    Project Officer, Queensland Government

    Since transitioning from farmer to scientist in 1989, Peter has worked on researching the impacts of, and management options for, various vertebrate pest species. He has experience in researching and monitoring control options on a range of species including wild dogs, foxes, rodents, feral goats, feral pigs and rabbits. Key projects have included monitoring the effectiveness of an emergency baiting program against mice in the grain belt of the Darling Downs, investigating control options for feral cats in various ecosystems in Queensland, monitoring the impacts of wild dog baiting on Spotted-tail Quolls, and managing the monitoring and data programs with the Fox Eradication Program in Tasmania. 1080 has been a common thread through nearly 30 years of applied research and management.

  • Petra Skoien

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    Petra Skoien
    Senior Biosecurity Officer, Biosecurity Queensland

    Dr Petra Skoien works as a Senior Biosecurity Officer in the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (Queensland). She currently leads the 'Human dimensions of wild dog management in rural Queensland' project and participates as co-researcher/collaborator on the behavioural science peri-urban wild dogs project. The method being used - Community-based Social Marketing - has been applied to other rural and non-rural NRM issues including the management of invasive plants and animals. The project is being undertaken with research partners Dr Patty Please and Professor Don Hine of the Invasive Animal CRC/UNE.

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    Steve Csurhes

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    Steve Csurhes
    Principal Biosecurity Officer, Biosecurity Queensland

    Steve Csurhes has formal qualifications in ecology and environmental management.  He has worked on invasive species for almost 30 years in a variety of fields including weed research, permit administration, policy, legislation, pest risk assessment, emergency response and project management.  His primary interest lies in pest prevention, in all its forms, including exclusion, early detection and eradication.

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    Tarnya Cox

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    Tarnya Cox
    Research Officer, NSW DPI

    Project leader for the RHD-Boost project and the release of additional strain of rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus to control Australia's rabbit population.

  • Tony Cathcart

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    Tony Cathcart
    Team Leader, Sunshine Coast Council

    Pest Animal Control Officer in various capacities in both government and private enterprise over the past 18 years. Experienced in multi-species eradication in semi arid Australia.

  • Vanessa Haller

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    Vanessa Haller
    PhD Candidate, James Cook University

    Vanessa Haller is a PhD candidate at James Cook University whose dissertation focuses on quantitative techniques to improve conservation management decisions. She completed her Bachelor of Science with a first class Honours at James Cook University and was awarded a 2016 Aims@JCU Quantitative Marine Science PhD scholarship.  Currently, she is working on a quantitative approach to model and manage cumulative impacts on coral reefs.

3-Minute Oral Poster Presenter

  • Colin Dollery

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    Colin Dollery
    Senior Ranger, Qld Parks and Wildlife

    Colin Dollery is Senior Ranger Pest Management with the Northern Region of Qld Parks and Wildlife Service.  Colin has worked for QPWS for 25 years in various Park Ranger roles across south west Queensland and Cape York.

    Colin has been the project manager for many vertebrate pest control programs on Cape York such as the Feral Horse Control project  at Oyala Thumotang National Park (CYPAL), Feral  Pig Control project at Rinyirru National Park (CYPAL) and the Nest to Ocean marine turtle conservation project.  Colin is involved in both the planning and delivery of vertebrate pest management activities.  Colin’s main area of interest is endeavouring to ensure vertebrate pest impacts remain below acceptable threshold limits across protected areas in the Northern Region of QPWS.

  • Craig Magnussen

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    Craig Magnussen
    Local Laws Officer (Pest Management), Southern Downs Regional Council

    Craig has 20 years' experience in the fields of pest and land management, working at the local, regional, State and national level.  He currently works for Southern Downs Regional Council, based in Stanthorpe, Queensland.

  • Gareth Humphreys

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    Gareth Humphreys
    Operations Manager - Yellow Crazy Ant Eradication, Wet Tropics Management Authority

    Gareth Humphreys is the operations manager for the Wet Tropics Management Authority’s Yellow Crazy Ant eradication program. He coordinates the on ground baiting program, volunteers, landholder compliance and contributes to a significant community engagement program, including running the program’s social media presence. Previously he has worked for the National Electric Ant Eradication Program and for the Tasmanian Inland Fisheries Service.

  • Lin Schwarzkopf

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    Lin Schwarzkopf
    Professor, James Cook University

    Lin Schwarzkopf is a Professor at James Cook University who studies the impacts of invasive animals and plants, and the control of invasive vertebrate pests, mostly amphibians and reptiles.  She and her students and research partners have examined movement biology and sexual communication of these groups, to find behaviours that can be exploited to manipulate them into avoiding areas or entering traps.

    Lin started her career with a master’s degree on turtles in Canada, but soon moved to Australia, completing her PhD on lizard biology at the University of Sydney.  She moved to Townsville for a post-doctoral study of cane toads, and has continued to work on these pests ever since.  She and her group study a very wide range of topics, from the impact of invasive plants on animal diversity and behaviour, through the impact of grazing on vertebrate biodiversity, to the impact of dingos on cat behaviour.  She and her students have studied movement, vocalisations and sexual selection in cane toads and invasive lizards.

    Recently, her partnership with Animal Control Technologies Australia, in conjunction with her studies of sexual selection in toads, has lead to the development of a lure for invasive amphibians, to be used on traps, and she is now focussing on methods for protecting islands from the onslaught of invasive toads.

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    Michael Leane

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    Michael Leane

    Michael is the current Team Leader for Invasive Species and Plant Health with Riverina Local Land Services, based in Gundagai. He leads a team of nine Biosecurity Officers to plan and implement effective pest management programs across the region. Michael previously was a ranger with NSW Hume Livestock Health and Pest Authority before progressing to his current role.

  • Nathan Ring

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    Nathan Ring

    Nathan is currently employed by the Darling Downs-Moreton Rabbit Board as a Rabbit Compliance Officer, advising and assisting  landholders with rabbit management.  He has 15 years’ experience in the Wholesale Nursery Industry implementing integrated pest management programs.  

  • Ray Willis

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    Ray Willis
    Manager, Biosecurity & Emergency Services, Riverina Local land Services

    Ray is currently the Manager of Biosecurity and Emergency Services for Riverina Local Land Services, based in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales.  He is responsible for leading and managing the planning, development and delivery of regional biosecurity programs and emergency functions and currently plays a leading role working along side the NSW Department of Primary Industries in the development of NSW Biosecurity regulations on behalf of Local Land Services. Ray has a history of work in both the Government and private sector and has 20 years experience in NRM and Biosecurity organisations in both a regulatory and managerial capacity.

Poster Presenter

  • Craig Magnussen

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    Craig Magnussen
    Local Laws Officer (Pest Management), Southern Downs Regional Council

    Craig has 20 years' experience in the fields of pest and land management, working at the local, regional, State and national level.  He currently works for Southern Downs Regional Council, based in Stanthorpe, Queensland.

  • Kris Niotakis

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    Kris Niotakis

    Two years experience as City of Gold Coast Pest Animal Management Officer undertaking monitoring and management programs for vertebrate pest animal species including; feral deer, wild dogs, foxes, feral cats, feral pigs and rabbits.

  • Lawrence Di Bella

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    Lawrence Di Bella

    Lawrence Di Bella is employed by Herbert Cane Productivity Services Limited (HCPSL) located in Ingham, Queensland. Lawrence is the company manager leading a team of 15 staff working in the fields of crop husbandry, agronomy, pathology, entomology, pest management, precision agriculture, crop protection and extension. His team is currently working with industry to improve productivity and sustainability for the 63,000 hectares of sugarcane farmed, in the Herbert cane growing region.

    Lawrence has been involved with the Australian Sugarcane industry for over 25 years. During his employment he has worked in the fields of plant breeding, agronomy, natural resource management and extension. He has an Associate Diploma in Applied Science (agronomy), Bachelor of Applied Science in Agriculture and an Advanced Diploma in Rural Business.

    During his working life, Lawrence has travelled to PNG, South Africa, Swaziland, Argentina, Brazil, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and USA reviewing agricultural and NRM practices in those countries.

    Lawrence also applies his knowledge to his own cane farm outside of Ingham; in his spare time.

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    Rachel Greenfield
    Principal Program Officer, Brisbane City Council

    Dr Rachel Greenfield holds a range of qualifications, including a Masters in Environmental Management and a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Queensland. These credentials have been gained following a number of years working in central Australian and international rangelands where she has been committed to devising solutions to complex environmental problems. Rachel has worked for research institutions, NRM Groups and for all levels of government in roles in the fields of science, law and environmental recovery. Rachel is currently working for Brisbane City Council, where she is responsible for managing a team of scientists, researchers and practitioners responsible for vegetation protection, human-wildlife interactions and designing innovations to improve invasive species management.

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    Vanessa Macdonald

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    Vanessa Macdonald
    Regional Coordinator Land & Water Team, QMDC

    Vanessa Macdonald holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (Protected Area Management) from the University of Queensland Gatton, as well as a Diploma in Conservation and Land Management (Conservation Earthworks). Ms Macdonald specialises in landscape management, including soil conservation and predictive pest movement.

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  • Michael Brennan

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    Michael Brennan
    Experimentalist, Biosecurity Queensland

    Michael is a technical officer with the Robert Wicks Pest Animal Research Centre based in Toowoomba.  He has over 15 years experience in the field of pest animal research, specialising in rabbit and deer research.  His recent work has included surveying northern Queensland chital deer populations and researching the biology of northern Australian rabbits.  He is currently working on a project describing the ecology and distribution of chital deer in north Queensland.

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    Peter West
    Research Officer, NSW Department of Primary Industries

    Peter West is a Professional Officer with the NSW Department of Primary Industries and a Project Leader with the Invasive Animals CRC. He manages the national FeralScan program (www.feralscan.org.au) for landholders, community groups, local government councils, indigenous groups and pest animal contractors.