Tamara Camilleri


Email ttcamill@deakin.edu.au
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Campus Burwood
Supervisor Mark Warne
Guang Shi
David Holloway (Melbourne Museum)

Thesis title
Mid-Palaeozoic Ostracoda of Victoria, Australia

Research interests
1. Ostracod taxonomy
2. Palaeocology
3. Palaeoenvironments

2014 – present   Masters of Biological Science by Research, Deakin University
2012 – present   Demonstrator/tutor for various science units at Deakin University,                                    Burwood campus.
2012 – 2013       Bachelor of Biological Sciences (honours), Deakin University
2011 – 2012       Bachelor of Biological Sciences, Deakin University
2009 – 2010       Bachelor of Science, Federation University (with transfer)

Presentations / Reviews
11/2014: Book Review – Field Naturalists Club of Victoria, Ford, F. (2014) John Gould’s extinct and endangered mammals of Australia. NLA Publishing (2014), National Library of Australia, Canberra. 271 pp.
11/2014: Presenter – Victorian University’s Earth and Environmental Sciences Conference. Awarded Best Speaker for Palaeontology and Planetary and Sciences section.
11/2014: Presenter – Higher Degree by Research (HDR) Conference, Deakin University
8/2014: Guest lecture – unit SLE360 Deakin University, Burwood campus.
6/2014: Presenter – Field Naturalists Club of Victoria.

Key publications
Camilleri, T. T. A., and M. T. Warne. 2015. Preservation and assemblage characteristics of some ornate Lower Devonian Ostracoda from the Humevale Siltstone and Woori Yallock Formation, southeast Australia. Alcheringa. 39 (1): 71-91.