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Researcher: Harrison Day, VM (Ms Violet Harrison Day)

Fields of Research

Conservation and biodiversity
Geomorphology and earth surface processes
Wildlife and habitat management
Environmental management
Terrestrial ecology

Research Objectives

Assessment and management of terrestrial ecosystems
Expanding knowledge in the environmental sciences
Other environmental management
Rehabilitation or conservation of coastal or estuarine environments
Coastal or estuarine biodiversity

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A systematic review of methods used to study fish in saltmarsh flats; Marine and Freshwater Research
Conservation ecology of Tasmanian coastal saltmarshes, southeast Australia - a review; Pacific Conservation Biology
Decadal-scale vegetation dynamics above the alpine treeline, Mount Rufus, Tasmania; Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania
Expanding fish productivity in Tasmanian saltmarsh wetlands through tidal re-connection and habitat repair; Marine and Freshwater Research
Introduced Spartina anglica modifies fish habitat in southern temperate succulent saltmarshes; Restoration Ecology
Inventory and monitoring of the vascular plants of Tasmanian saltmarsh wetlands; Tasmanian Naturalist
Pits, mounds, and vernal ponds in a Tasmanian subalpine grassland; Geographical Research
The origin and persistence of alpine vernal ponds in mineral soils; Earth Surface Processes and Landforms

Research Projects

Fish use of Tasmanian coastal saltmarsh and the socio-economic implications of saltmarsh conservation; Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment (HWRE)

Research Candidate Supervision