Associate Professor Hamish Campbell is a Senior Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer in the College of Engineering, IT & Environment, Environment.
Associate Professor Campbell leads The Movement and Landscape Ecology Lab within the Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods (RIEL). His research is focussed on the study of animal movement—understanding where animals go and why they go there. The findings from Hamish’s research are used to better manage threatened wildlife and the impact of invasive species.
The lab experiments with a range of novel technologies to spy on the secret world of animals, including satellite tracking collars, underwater acoustic telemetry, and drones.