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Mark Carey Academic, Animal Plant & Soil Sciences

Mark commenced in the Department of Environmental Management & Ecology as a teaching fellow in January 2006. He plays a large role in the practical components of the 1st year undergraduate Biology and Chemistry subjects.
Mark is undertaking his PhD on the effects of human interactions and investigator disturbance on the breeding success of Short-tailed Shearwaters (Puffinus tenuirostris) in the Furneaux Group, Bass Strait, Tasmania . There are three main areas where Mark is focusing his research:- at sea, on their breeding grounds, and inside the burrow.

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