Dr Dejan Stojanovic

PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow
ANU College of Science
T: 0408 264 761

Areas of expertise

  • Ecology 0602
  • Population Ecology 060207
  • Terrestrial Ecology 060208
  • Ecological Applications 0501

Research interests

Dejan Stojanovic is a conservation biologist, whose research focuses on the conservation and management of threatened species and their habitat, with a focus on how species cope with habitat loss. He has a particular interest in parrots, and his PhD research led to the discorvery of severe predation by sugar gliders on endangered swift parrots. He has also worked on the conservation and breeding biology of orange bellied parrots and Carnaby's cockatoo.

Researcher's projects

PhD Research: Life history and breeding biology of the endangered swift parrot. Current Research projects: 1. Biology and management of the swift parrot and regent honeyeater  2. Conservation management of introduced sugar glider impacts on swift parrots 3. Invasion ecology of rainbow lorikeet satellite populations

Available student projects

1. Ecology of sugar gliders in Tasmania

2. Ecology of cavity dependent fauna in Tasmanian forests

3. Move or stay? Comparative ecology of mobile and sedentary nectarivorous parrots in Tasmania

Publications

Projects and Grants

Grants information is drawn from ARIES. To add or update Projects or Grants information please contact your College Research Office.

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Updated:  22 March 2019 / Responsible Officer:  Director (Research Services Division) / Page Contact:  Researchers