Fiona Caryl was a Post-doctoral Fellow at ARCUE, with her position funded through an ARC Linkage Grant which was awarded to Dr Rodney van der Ree (ARCUE), Dr Brendan Wintle (University of Melbourne) and Dr Lindy Lumsden (Department of Sustainability and Environment) for research on the ecology and conservation of microbats in urban areas. Fiona completed her PhD in Scotland on the ecology of Pine Martens and is now working again in Scotland.
Clevenger, A. P., M. Barrueto, K. E. Gunson, F. M. Caryl, and A. T. Ford (2015). Context-dependent effects on spatial variation in deer-vehicle collisions. Ecosphere 6(4):47. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES14-00228.1
Caryl, F. M., Hahs, A. K., Lumsden, L. F., van der Ree, R., Wilson, C. and Wintle, B. A. (2014). Continuous predictors of species distributions support categorically stronger inference than ordinal and nominal classes: an example with urban bats. Landscape Ecol 29:1237–1248.
Caryl, F. M., Thomson, K., van der Ree, R. (2012). Permeability of the urban matrix to arboreal gliding mammals: Sugar gliders in Melbourne, Australia. Austral Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/aec.12006 (early online view prior to hard copy publication).