BAppSci, M AppSci UCan; PhD CSU
Dr Wayne Robinson is a senior lecturer in Wildlife Management and been a teaching and research academic for the last 20 years.
Wayne has a strong background in data analysis and natural resource management themes and aims to develop management and research techniques that can be employed in an environmentally, economically and socially sustainable manner.
During the last decade, he has developed a high level of expertise in the experimental design and analysis of long-term monitoring of Australia's ecological resources.
Wayne's research expertise includes invasive species management, passages for native fish and assessing the condition of fish communities at large spatial scales such as the Murray Darling Basin, or the Yarra catchment (Melbourne).
Wayne's current teaching in the school of environmental sciences includes wildlife management, animal behaviour, and international studies in culture and heritage (Cambodia).
One third of Wayne's time is allocated to the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) project 'developing and assessing the social impacts of improved fish passage in floodplain wetlands of the Mekong River in Laos PDR'.