Matt W. Hayward, Ph.D.

2013- College of Natural Sciences Bangor University, Bangor, Wales, United Kingdom 
Conservation ecology, threatened species, reintroduction, predator-prey interactions
"Matt W Hayward"

I am interested in the conservation ecology of threatened species, the factors that threaten them and the methods we can use to effectively conserve them. I have researched these conservation issues in Australia, South Africa and Poland on marsupials, rodents, reptiles, invertebrates, ungulates and large predators. I have published on predator-prey interactions, reintroduction biology, population dynamics, spatial ecology, intra-guild competition, diet, ecosystem services, conservation effectiveness and status assessments. I also have experience in conservation management (reintroduction, pest animal control, conservation fencing, fire management) and have sat on several Australian threatened species recovery teams.

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Hayward MW, Hayward GJ. (2007) Activity patterns of reintroduced lion Panthera leo and spotted hyaena Crocuta crocuta in the Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa African Journal of Ecology. 45: 135-141
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