Mr Micah Davies has 25 years of experience conducting a range of ecological research projects in Australia and overseas. He has a diverse knowledge and skills base and is an integral member of teams studying biodiversity, landscape function and ecology in the field and via literature reviews and conceptual models. His work includes live-capture, radio-telemetry and observational studies of birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians in many parts of Australia and south-east Asia; measuring the response of ecological variables to the application of management actions (e.g. environmental watering); allometry of environmental plantings and tree-harvesting for biomass and carbon sequestration assessment; large-scale literature reviews including extracting, interpreting, and collating data.
- Multiple ecological processes underpin the eruptive dynamics of small mammals: House mice in a semi‐arid agricultural environment PR Brown, AD Arthur, DA Jones, MJ Davies, D Grice, RP Pech (2020) Ecology and Evolution 10 (7), 3477-3490
- Observations from a trial spool-and-line tracking study MJ Davies, AM Drew (2019) Victorian Naturalist, The 136 (5), 184
- Preliminary results from study of little eagles in the ACT and nearby NSW in 2018–2019. S Rae, C Wimpenny, M Mulvaney, M Davies, D Fletcher, D Roberts, …(2019) Canberra Bird Notes 44, 145-151
- Flood regimes driving vegetation and bird community transitions in semiarid floodplain woodlands HM McGinness, AD Arthur, M Davies (2018) Ecohydrology 11 (5), e1954