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Researcher: Miller, AM (Dr Alison Miller)

Fields of Research

Zoology
Forestry Pests, Health and Diseases
Terrestrial Ecology
Behavioural Ecology
Forestry Management and Environment
Epidemiology
Tree Improvement (Selection and Breeding)
Plant Biology

Research Objectives

Hardwood Plantations
Expanding Knowledge in the Environmental Sciences
Forest and Woodlands Land Management
Forestry
Women's Health
Environment
Forest and Woodlands Flora, Fauna and Biodiversity
Plant Production and Plant Primary Products

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Characteristics of tree seedlings and neighbouring vegetation have an additive influence on browsing by generalist herbivores; Forest Ecology and Management
Chemical variation in a dominant tree species: population divergence, selection and genetic stability across environments; PLoS ONE
Chronic pain, pain severity and analgesia use in Australian women of reproductive age; Women and Birth
Effectiveness of repellents for reducing damage to eucalypt seedlings by browsing mammals; Australian Forestry Journal
Effects of within-patch characteristics on the vulnerability of a plant to herbivory; Oikos
Field screening for genetic-based susceptibility to mammalian browsing ; Forest Ecology and Management
Non-lethal strategies to reduce browse damage in eucalypt plantations; Forest Ecology and Management
Preferences of two mammalian herbivores for tree seedlings and potential cover crops in plantation forestry; Australian Forestry
Repellent and stocking guards reduce mammal browsing in eucalypt plantations; New Forests: Journal of Biology, Biotechnology, and Management of Afforestation and Reforestation
Spatial scale and opportunities for choice influence browsing and associational refuges of focal plants; Journal of Animal Ecology
Technical report 195 TCFA research into alternatives to the use of 1080: Manipulating seedling palatability for non-lethal browsing management
Variable patterns of inheritance of ecologically important plant secondary metabolites in an inter-specific eucalypt hybrid; Forest Ecology and Management
Vulnerability of a focal plant to browsing by generalist mammalian herbivores: relative importance of self and neighbours

Research Projects

Understanding Patch Selection by a Native Mammalian Herbivore for Managing Browsing; Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment (HWRE)

Research Candidate Supervision