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Dr Harriet Mills

Harriet is a Lecturer within the School of Science.


  • Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Western Australia, 2004.
  • Bachelor of Science (Natural Resource Management), The University of Western Australia, 1997.

Recent Publications (within the last five years)

Journal Articles

  • Yeatman, GJ., Wayne, AF., Mills, H., Prince, J., (2016), Temporal patterns in the abundance of a critically endangered marsupial relates to disturbance by roads and agriculture. PLoS One, 11(8), Article number e0160790, Public Library of Science, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0160790.
  • Yeatman, GJ., Wayne, AF., Mills, H., Prince, J., (2016), It's not all about the creeks: Protection of multiple habitats will improve biodiversity conservation in a eucalypt forest. Australian Journal of Zoology, 64(4), 292-301, Australia, CSIRO, DOI: 10.1071/ZO16007.
  • Bennison, C., Friend, JA., Button, T., Mills, H., Lambert, C., Bencini, R., (2016), Potential impacts of poison baiting for introduced house mice on native animals on islands in Jurien Bay, Western Australia. Wildlife Research, 43(1), 61-68, CSIRO, DOI: 10.1071/WR15126.
  • Low, BW., Mills, H., Algar, D., Hamilton, N., (2013), Home ranges of introduced rats on Christmas Island: A pilot study. Ecological Management and Restoration, 14(1), 41-46, Ecological Society of Australia, DOI: 10.1111/emr.12024.
  • Mills, H., Bradshaw, FJ., Lambert, C., Bradshaw, SD., Bencini, R., (2012), Reproduction in the marsupial dibbler, Parantechinus apicalis; differences between island and mainland populations. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 178(2), 347-354, DOI: 10.1016/j.ygcen.2012.06.013.
  • Rayner, K., Chambers, B., Johnson, B., Morris, KD., Mills, H., (2012), Spatial and dietary requirements of the chuditch (Dasyurus geoffroii) in a semiarid climatic zone. Australian Mammalogy, 34(1), 59-67, Australia, Australian Mammal Society Inc., DOI: 10.1071/AM10045.
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