Keren completed her PhD in 2016 at the University of Western Australia, in collaboration with CSIRO‚Äôs Land and Water Flagship and the Australian Research Council‚Äôs Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions. In her PhD, Keren investigated the cumulative and cryptic impacts of mining and associated linear infrastructure development in the Great Western Woodlands of south-western Western Australia‚ the largest remaining temperate woodland on earth. Keren conducted innovative spatial analysis as well as extensive field investigations into the effects of roads and tracks on predator activity and surface water movement. This research continues to inform improved planning and management decisions regarding impacts of extensive developments in the region, and relatively intact landscapes elsewhere. Keren currently works at the Western Australian Department of Parks and Wildlife as an environmental scientist, providing advice to government on mitigating the ecological impacts of major developments (primarily mining and oil and gas) in Western Australia's Pilbara Region. She also works extensively with proponents of major developments to manage ecological impacts and deliver improved environmental outcomes.