Dr Michelle Hall
Senior ecologist, Bush Heritage Australia
See Dr Hall’s full research profile here.
Research outputs linked to policy change and decision-making
- Dr Hall led adaptation of pest-animal management in Bush Heritage reserves in mid-west Western Australia to improve outcomes by integrating the use of multiple control methods and multiple pest species (rabbits, foxes, feral cats). Designed implementation using a replicated BACI (before-after control-impact) design to quantify impact by monitoring outcomes before and after management efforts in treated and untreated areas.
Current academic employment and positions
- 2019–present: senior ecologist, Bush Heritage Australia
- 2019–present: adjunct senior research fellow, School of Biological Sciences, University of Western Australia
- 2018–present: honorary research fellow, School of BioSciences, University of Melbourne.
- 2001: PhD, The Australian National University.
Major prizes, medals and honours
- 2017: Australian Academy of Science $10,000 grant for Fenner Conference on the Environment: Urban Sustainability and Conservation, to T Jones, A Hahs, ML Hall, K Parris
- 2014: Australia and Pacific Science Foundation $43,800 grant to RA Mulder (UoM), ML Hall (UoM), K Delhey (Monash)
- 2012: Australia and Pacific Science Foundation $41,500 grant to ML Hall (UoM)
Current projectCompleted project
NESP RLH, 2021-2027NESP, 2015-2021NERP, 2012-2015TRaCK, 2005-present