Stephen Phillips - Principal Associate

B.Sc. (Hons); Ph.D.
Experience summary: 

Stephen is a wildlife ecologist and former university lecturer with nearly 40 years of experience in all facets of natural area management ranging from the investigation and planning of new conservation areas to habitat/population modelling and the design of specialised survey programs for threatened plants and animals. Amongst other things Steve is an acknowledged authority on the ecology, conservation and management of koalas; he has spoken at national and international conferences and written popular articles, book chapters and scientific papers, the latter published in various conference proceedings and journals including Forest Ecology and Management, Australian Mammalogy, Biological Conservation, Australian Journal of Botany, Australian Journal of Zoology, Conservation Genetics, Wildlife Research and Conservation Biology.