Affiliation: University of Queensland

Mr Hernan Caceres Escobar

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Dr Abbey Camaclang

Abbey is currently a PhD student at the University of Queensland, supervised by Prof Hugh Possingham and Dr Tara Martin. Her research focuses on the use of decision science in making conservation decisions for listed species.   In particular, she is hoping to look at the process of identifying and designating critical habitats for threatened ...
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Throughout her career, Jessie Cappadonna, has been passionate about avian ecology and public engagement. In recent years, this led her to contribute on a wide variety of projects with the U.S. Geological Survey (Hawai`i), the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Hawai`i), Point Blue Conservation Science (California), and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology ( ...
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Dr Xyomara Carretero-Pinzon

Xyomara's doctorate thesis highlighted how conservation strategies in fragmented landscapes affects the occupancy, abundance and in more detail the group density, size and composition of the primate species studied, depending on the scale at which conservation actions are taken by using a group of primate species in the Colombian Llanos. This thesi ...
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Ms Debbie Chamberlain

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Dr Alienor Chauvenet

Alienor commenced at the University of Queensland (UQ) as a Post Doctoral Research Fellow in October 2014. She is a quantitative ecologist with a keen interest in optimal decision-making. Her research is about enhancing our knowledge and implementation of species conservation and management using state-of-the-art techniques. At present, her researc ...
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Dr Carly Cook

Carly completed her PhD with CEED from the University of Queensland. She travelled to the UK on an early career researcher travel grant to meet UK leaders in evidence-based conservation, which has led to valuable collaborations. Carly is one of the founding members of the Australian arm of the Collaboration for Environmental Evidenc ...
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Mr Diego Correa Gomez

Diego is developing a project between the Schools of Agriculture and Food Sciences (Prof Peer Schenk, Dr Skye Thomas-Hall) and Biological Sciences (Prof Hugh Possingham and Dr Hawthorne Beyer), which aims to explore the relationships between biofuel production and conservation of biodiversity in tropical and subtropical regions of the world. This p ...
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Ms Colleen Corrigan

Research topic: Social and Ecological Measures of Conservation Effectiveness and Multiple Scales. My project has three key components focused on strengthening effective conservation impact: (1) developing an evidence base for community-driven conservation practices, (2) using species and other data sources to identify key conservation areas in the ...
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Ms Marie Dade

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Dr Katrina Davis

Dr Katrina Davis commenced at the University of Queensland (UQ) as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in July 2015. Her research investigates optimal use of natural resources to maximise the productivity of human and ecological systems. Her current research examines how to integrate expert and stakeholder preferences for marine ecological features by ...
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Dr Angela Dean

Dr Angela Dean is a quantitative social scientist. Her research focuses on how to promote environmental citizenship within communities.  Angela draws on diverse experience as both a researcher and practitioner in the areas of health, science communication, citizen science, and sustainable urban water management.  Her research explores: ...
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Dr Kiran Dhanjal-Adams

Originally from New Caledonia, Kiran graduated from the University of Aberdeen in 2010 with a BSc in Environmental Science (Ecology) before pursuing an MRes in Computational Biology at the University of York where her research focussed primarily on modelling the effects of disturbances and stochastic processes on population dynamics. Kiran complete ...
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Dr Martina Di Fonzo

Martina is interested in carrying out user-focussed research that promotes better natural resource management decision-making, prioritising the conservation of biodiversity whilst recognising the constraints of limited funding and necessity for economic development. Since December 2015, Martina has been an Honorary Fellow of the Centre of Excellen ...
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Dr Moreno Di Marco

Moreno is a conservation biologist with a strong interest in developing quantitative techniques for addressing large-scale biodiversity problems. He works on conservation planning and macroecological analyses, in the context of international biodiversity targets. He is particularly interested in predicting the effect of global land use and climate ...
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Mr Brendan Dillon

Through his PhD research, Brendan is investigating the question of when it is more cost effective to protect pristine vs degraded ecosystems in order to protect biodiversity and ecosystem services. This is essential knowledge for anyone wishing to optimise the allocation of scarce conservation funding.

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Kristen's research contributed to the conservation of bridled nail-tail wallabies. She measured the spread of the exotic Buffel grass into Taunton National Park, and its effect on the health of the wallaby population. Bridled nail-tail wallabies are endangered, and Taunton National Park is their last remaining home. 

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Prof Alastair McEwan

Alastair McEwan is Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research) and Dean of the Graduate School at the University of Queensland. He has a strong interest in inter-disciplinary research and the broader application of Australian research capability for enhancement of societal and business goals. Alastair holds a PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Birmingh ...
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