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Michael Joel Traurig
 
Michael Joel Traurig

Michael Joel Traurig

Michael Traurig is a student in the Masters of Conservation Science program at UQ. He is currently conducting a research project under the supervision of Hawthorne Beyer and Richard Fuller, looking at how incorporating connectivity between habitats influences the planning of conservation for migratory birds. Michael previously completed a bachelor of environmental science at Monash University in Melbourne, and has previously studied dolphin behaviour, toxicology of guppy fish, and assisted in monitoring of freshwater river health in Victoria.

Location: Room 354 Goddard building 8
Email: michael.traurig@uq.net.au
Phone: +61 408 801 897