Mr Jacob Maher
Higher Degree by Research Candidate
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.
Date Institution name Country Title 2013 - 2017 University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Science (Honours)
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.
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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.
- 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.
- Stringham, O., Moncayo, S., Thomas, E., Heinrich, S., Toomes, A., Maher, J., . . . Shepherd, C. (n.d.). Dataset of seized wildlife and their intended uses.
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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.
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