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National Koala Conference Presentations

National Koala Conference Presentations

Presentations to the 2nd National Koala Conference June 2017

Port Macquarie NSW Australia

Assoc. Prof Mark Krockenberger

University of Sydney

Research – How common front line medicines work with koalas


Assoc. Prof. Merran Govendir

University of Sydney

Research – How common front line medicines work with koalas



Dr Rebecca Montague-Drake

Port Macquarie-Hastings Council

The unexpected impacts of climate change on koalas



Dr Stephen Phillips

Biolink Ecological Consultants

Change in the distribution of koalas across Port Stephens



Dr Desley Whisson

Deakin University

Koala population at Cape Otway – history, management and prognosis



Thor Aaso

Port Macquarie-Hastings Council

Training dogs to avoid koalas & koala app.



Ruth Lewis

Ipswich Koala Protection Society

Positive relationships between the wildlife rehab sector and govt agencies



Delaney Burnard

University of Sunshine Coast

Non koala marsupials and marsupial ticks carry Chlamydiales



Dr Brad Law

NSW Department Industry-Lands

Koala survey in forests along NSW Great Dividing Range



Meghan Halverson

Qld Koala Crusaders

A dog’s life and sniffing out koalas



Tracey Wilson

Mosswood Wildlife Rescue & Rehab. Victoria

Blue gum plantations & their impact on koalas & the landscape



Dr. Matthew Crowther

University of Sydney

Gunnedah Koalas



Chris Allen

Office of Environment & Heritage

Fire & habitat rehabilitation in the SE forests of NSW



Dr Deidre de Villiers

Endeavour Veterinary Ecology

Moreton Bay Rail Koala Management Program



Assoc.Prof Damien Higgins

University of Sydney

Koala Health Hub



Dr Melissa Pettigrew Burford

Cleland Wildlife Park, S.A.

Oxalate Nephrosis and its management in a captive environment



Prof Steve Garlick

University of Technology, Sydney

Emotional lives, trans-species learning & wildlife recovery



Mike Roach

NSW Office of Environment & Heritage

NSW Save Our Species



Joe Stammers

Wingecarribee Shire Council

Southern Highlands Koala Conservation Project


John Callaghan

Biolink Ecological Consultants

Koala Beach Estate – 20 years on



Dr Steve Phillips

Biolink Ecological Consultants

Disease mediated mortality cycles in a free ranging koala population