Daniel Ramp serves as a Conservation Biologist with an interest in landscape ecology, behavioral ecology, road ecology, and wildlife-human interactions. His research focuses on science that informs conservation initiatives aimed at understanding, mitigating, and adapting to environmental change. At the core of his research lies an adoption of the principles of compassionate conservation, incorporating the well-being of individuals in environmental decision making. With a long interest in marsupials from the family Macropodidae, Ramp is a Cofounder of THINKK—the think tank for kangaroos, a multidisciplinary academic forum promoting greater understanding of kangaroos. He is also a Director of Voiceless: the animal protection institute. Ramp received his Ph.D. degree from the University of Melbourne and works currently as a Senior Lecturer in the School of the Environment at the University of Technology, Sydney.
Biography Updated on 15 March 2012