Jacob Maher

Mr Jacob Maher

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

Research Assistant

School of Biological Sciences

Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology


I am a researcher studying the online trade in plants. I am primarily focussed on the trade of invasive species, but I also have an interest in threatened species. My aim is to understand the nature of the trade itself, as well as, the current and potential impacts.

  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2021 Nursey-Bray, M., Gillanders, B. M., & Maher, J. (2021). Developing indicators for adaptive capacity for multiple use coastal regions: Insights from the Spencer Gulf, South Australia. Ocean & Coastal Management, 211, 1-11.
    DOI Scopus3 WoS3
    2021 Stringham, O. C., Moncayo, S., Thomas, E., Heinrich, S., Toomes, A., Maher, J., . . . Cassey, P. (2021). Dataset of seized wildlife and their intended uses. Data in Brief, 39, 107531.
    DOI
    Stringham, O., Maher, J., Lassaline, C., Wood, L., Moncayo, S., Toomes, A., . . . Hill, K. (n.d.). The dark web trades wildlife, but mostly for use as drugs.
    DOI
    Stringham, O., Moncayo, S., Thomas, E., Heinrich, S., Toomes, A., Maher, J., . . . Shepherd, C. (n.d.). Dataset of seized wildlife and their intended uses.
    DOI
  • Report for External Bodies

    Year Citation
    2019 Tanner, J., Bailleul, F., Bryars, S., Doubell, M., Foster, N., Gaylard, S., . . . Ward, T. (2019). Potential social, economic and ecological indicators for integrated ecosystem assessment of Spencer Gulf (19/32). Adelaide, South Australia.
  • Position: Research Assistant
  • Email: jacob.maher@adelaide.edu.au
  • Campus: North Terrace
  • Building: Benham, floor G
  • Org Unit: School of Biological Sciences

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