About Sana Bau

I am a PhD candidate in the School of Biosciences at The University of Melbourne. My research interests focus on decision science with a particular interest in the environmental science – policy intersection. You have arrived at the site where I host my online research projects.

Current research

I am not currently recruiting participants for my research. Thanks to everyone who participated.


BARTON, P. S., LENTINI, P. E., ALACS, E., BAU, S., BUCKLEY, Y. M., BURNS, E. L., DRISCOLL, D. A., GUJA, L. K., KUJALA, H., LAHOZ-MONFORT, J. J., MORTELLITI, A., NATHAN, R., ROWE, R. & SMITH, A. L. 2015. Guidelines for Using Movement Science to Inform Biodiversity Policy. Environmental Management, 56, 791-801.

BAU, S. S. 2013. Forest Phoenix. How a Great Forest Recovers after Wildfire by AU - David Lindenmayer , AU - David Blair , AU - Lachlan McBurney and AU - Sam Banks . PB - CSIRO Publishing , Melbourne, 2010. xii+114 pp. Price A$39.95 (paperback). ISBN 9780643100343. Austral Ecology, 38, e15-e15.

ADDISON, P. F. E., RUMPFF, L., BAU, S. S., CAREY, J. M., CHEE, Y. E., JARRAD, F. C., MCBRIDE, M. F. & BURGMAN, M. A. 2013. Practical solutions for making models indispensable in conservation decision-making. Diversity and Distributions, 19, 490-502.

MCCARTHY, M. A., MOORE, J. L., MORRIS, W. K., PARRIS, K. M., GARRARD, G. E., VESK, P. A., RUMPFF, L., GILJOHANN, K. M., CAMAC, J. S., BAU, S. S., FRIEND, T., HARRISON, B. & YUE, B. 2013. The influence of abundance on detectability. Oikos, 122, 717-726.