PhD candidate, University of Adelaide

Hannah is a researcher at the University of Adelaide. Her keen interest in marine environments and the biogeophysical processes which drive them, led to her development of expertise in remote sensing of ocean colours and properties.
She has strong beliefs in the power of remote sensing products for effective long-term monitoring and management of the world's marine environments.
Hannah also recognizes the crucial importance of effective science communication, particularly to the public, in order to invoke necessary change. She is eager to contribute research that is applicable to conservation and restoration of both freshwater and marine ecosystems, now and into the future.

Experience

  • 2017–present
    Research assistant, University of Adelaide