Mr Eric Vanderduys, Research Projects Officer.
Mr Eric Vanderduys: surveying Australia's wildlife
Mr Eric Vanderduys is working on projects designed to determine key drivers of vertebrate ecology across North Queensland savannas.
18 August 2010 | Updated 14 October 2011
Mr Eric Vanderduys has a strong background in species identification and environmental impact assessment, particularly as it applies to vertebrate taxa.
He is currently working on a complete field guide to the frogs of Queensland, Australia.
Mr Vanderduys has a strong background in species identification and environmental impact assessment, particularly as it applies to vertebrate taxa.
Mr Vanderduys was awarded a Bachelor of Science (Zoology) from the University of Queensland, Brisbane, in 1994.
Mr Eric Vanderduys is recognised as a major contributer to CSIRO's current research in vertebrate ecology. He has:
- been a member of the Black-throated Finch Recovery Team, 2008 to present
- led research teams on field trips to remote locations in Queensland, the Solomon Islands and the Torres Strait
- organised the timetable and proceedings for the Queensland Museum Frog Symposium: Frogs in the Community, 1999.
He has also presented over 60 talks, lectures, seminars and workshops on identification, management and conservation of wildlife to audiences including international conferences, community groups, natural resource management bodies and landholders.
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