I am a PhD candidate in the Conservation Biology Research Group at the University of Newcastle, Australia. My research draws on public policy and funding issues for Australian terrestrial vertebrate fauna conservation to understand the science-policy gap. My work also aims to generate economic arguments for fauna conservation and to assess the economic value of fundamental and applied research in wildlife conservation, with a particular interest in the economics of wildlife genome resource banking.
I have published research in Conservation Biology; Biological Conservation; and Pacific Conservation Biology.
PhD Candidate , University of Newcastle
Research Assistant , University of Newcastle
The University of Newcastle , Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management (Honours)
The University of Newcastle , Bachelor of Science with a major in Biological Sciences and with a major in Earth Sciences
The search for novelty continues for rewilding, Biological Conservation
Reintroducing rewilding to restoration–Rejecting the search for novelty, Biological Conservation