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Professor Dianne Brunton is a behavioural ecologist and currently Head of the School of Natural and Computational Sciences at Massey University's Auckland Campus. Her research contributions are in social behaviour and the evolution and ecology of animal communication with a focus on bird song. She has been the PI on two Marsden funded projects and has published 130+ research publications in peer reviewed journals. She has contributed both nationally and internationally to research panels and is currently the Chair of the Auckland Zoo Conservation Fund.
Dr Matthew Pawley is an applied statistician specializing in the analysis of ecological data, with particular emphasis on multivariate methods. Dr Pawley's theoretical research has focused on developing methods that regularize (i.e. automatically constrain) ecological resemblance-based analyses.
Associate Professor Weihong Ji is a behavioural ecologist and currently leading the Human-wildlife Interactions Research group at Massey University. From 2005, Weihong has been teaching at Massey University Albany and specialize in behavioural ecology. Her research focuses on human impact on animal behaviour and human-wildlife conflicts.