Dr Leigh-Ann Woolley

Dr Leigh-Ann Woolley
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Research Associate
Primary research group: 
Savanna Wildlife Research and Conservation Management
BSc(Hons), MSc, PhD


Leigh-Ann Woolley is a conservation ecologist with over 15 years’ research experience in African and northern Australian savannas. She completed her PhD in African elephant population dynamics at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, and currently is working on projects investigating the drivers of mammal decline in the tropical savannas of northern Australia. Leigh-Ann has a particular interest in ecosystem response to disturbance and stochastic change, and the resulting trophic interactions within the system.

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