• The University of Western Australia (M701), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth

    Australia

  • 181 Citations
  • 6 h-Index
20072021
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Personal profile

Biography

Dr Peter Speldewinde worked for many years in the field of conservation biology implementing recovery plans and translocation proposals for threatened species. After working in the field of landcare for a number of years Peter did his PhD at the University of Western Australia examining the impacts of dryland salinity on human health. He currently teaches field techniques and restoration ecology.  His main research interest is the impact of ecosystems on human health.

Teaching overview

BIOL4490-Ecological Field Methods
ENVT3360-Ecosystem restoration

Research

Impacts of ecosystem degradation and ecosystem restoration on human health
Ecology and conservation of Australian native rodents

Keywords

  • Ecosystem and human health
  • Native rodents
  • Spatial epidemiology
  • Conservation biology

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Research Output 2007 2019

1 Citation (Scopus)

Defining the ecological and evolutionary drivers of Plasmodium knowlesi transmission within a multi-scale framework

Davidson, G., Chua, T. H., Cook, A., Speldewinde, P. & Weinstein, P., 8 Mar 2019, In : Malaria Journal. 18, 1, 13 p., 66.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

Open Access
Plasmodium knowlesi
Parasites
Borneo
Malaria
Zoonoses
1 Citation (Scopus)

Going to ground: Implications of ground use for the conservation of an arboreal marsupial

Van Helden, B. E., Close, P. G., Stewart, B. A., Speldewinde, P. C. & Comer, S. J., 18 Apr 2019, In : Australian Mammalogy.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

marsupial
Metatheria
cameras
shrublands
bushland

Sheoak Woodlands: A Newly Identified Habitat for Western Ringtail Possums

Bader, J. C., Van Helden, B. E., Close, P. G., Speldewinde, P. C. & Comer, S. J., Jul 2019, In : Journal of Wildlife Management. 83, 5, p. 1254-1260

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

vegetation types
vegetation type
woodlands
woodland
habitat
2 Citations (Scopus)

The Role of Ecological Linkage Mechanisms in Plasmodium knowlesi Transmission and Spread

Davidson, G., Chua, T. H., Cook, A., Speldewinde, P. & Weinstein, P., 23 Jan 2019, In : Ecohealth.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

Plasmodium knowlesi
parasite
Parasites
Zoonoses
Borneo
6 Citations (Scopus)

Evaluating the efficacy of a landscape scale feral cat control program using camera traps and occupancy models

Comer, S., Speldewinde, P., Tiller, C., Clausen, L., Pinder, J., Cowen, S. & Algar, D., 1 Dec 2018, In : Scientific Reports. 8, 1, 5335.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Cats
Western Australia
Wetlands
Birds
feral

Projects 2008 2021