Libby is a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Melbourne. She collaborate with other CEED researchers to work on a range of projects in the realm of:
- Adaptive management and structured decision making for natural resource management and conservation;
- Management and restoration of vegetation condition and habitat in various ecosystems;
- Using Bayesian Network models as tools to assist decision making;
She is currently funded under an ARC Linkage project to develop and implement adaptive management for restoration of native woodland vegetation in south-eastern Australia. Libby co-supervise two Masters students, Hannah Frazer (nee Pearson) and Elise Gould, and an Honours student, Lauchlin Wilkinson.