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The DEEP group is supported by a high level of competitive research funding, infrastructural facilities and a wide collaborative network, nationally and internationally.

Thanks to strong mentoring and infrastructural support, Prof. Brook has been able to build one of the most prolific and well-cited research groups in the field of global ecology and conservation in Australia and internationally. Our group collaborates with industry, government, NGOs, private landholders and multiple universities and research groups around Tasmania, Australia and the World. These multidisciplinary relationships are critical for local and international networking and set a strong foundation for future collaboration and exchanges of knowledge between the DEEP lab and other research facilities. 


Collaborators & Affiliates

  • The ARC Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage (CABAH)

  • Department of Primary Industries Parks Water & the Enviornmnet (DPIPWE)

  • Highland Conservation Pty Ltd

  • Break Through Institute (BTI)

  • Tasmanian Land Conservancy (TLC)

  • Save the Tasmanian Devil Program (STDP)

  • Natural Resources Management South (NRM South)

  • Biosecurity South Australia

  • Rewilding Australia (Link)

  • BirdLife Australia

  • Carver Lab (Link)

  • Behavioural & Evolutionary Ecology Research (BEER)


  • Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG)

  • South Australian Museum

  • Western Australian Museum 

  • Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery (QVMAG)

  • Queensland Museum


  • Australian National University

  • Curtin University 

  • Deakin University

  • Flinders University

  • Monash University 

  • The University of Adelaide

  • The University of New South Wales

  • The University of Tasmania

  • The University of Western Australia

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