Hannah Anderson

Environmental Advisor/Zoologist

hannah for web Hannah Anderson completed a Bachelor of Science with first class Honours in Conservation and Wildlife Biology at Murdoch University.

Her honours project examined the effect of tuart tree decline on the Common Brush-tail possum (Trichosurus vulpecula) and she described the digging activity of the Quenda (Isoodon obesulus fusciventer).

The purpose of her project was to further understand responses of medium sized mammals to healthy and declining forests, and to examine the role of digging mammals in ecosystem health.

Hannah has three years experience in the environmental field, including fauna surveys, fauna trapping, handling and processing, fauna relocating and fauna and flora identification. Hannah previously worked as an Environmental Scientist at Mattiske Consulting Pty Ltd.

While employed there, she undertook various botanical surveys, including vegetation mapping, Declared Rare Flora (DRF) searches and rehabilitation monitoring in the South-west, Jarrah Forest, Swan Coastal Plain and Pilbara regions. She is particularly interested in terrestrial mammal ecology and aspires to complete a PhD in zoology and environmental management.

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