I completed my PhD with the Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies, studying how conservation can be planned into how we manage our research stations' footprint in Antarctica. I have a background in conservation, land management, and eco-tourism, working full time as a national park Ranger before research. From this experience, I have worked at Casey and Davis Stations, and Commonwealth Bay (Mawson's Huts) in continental Antarctica, the Antarctic Peninsula, as well as the Subantarctic Heard, Macquarie, Campbell and Auckland Islands.
PhD Candidate, University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania, Bachelor of Antarctic Studies Honours
University of Tasmania, Bachelor of Natural Environments and Wilderness Studies
What is ‘footprint’ in Antarctica: proposing a set of definitions, Antarctic Science
An analysis of environmental incidents for a national Antarctic program, Journal of Environmental Management
Developing a Standardised Approach to Measuring the Environmental Footprint of Antarctic Research Stations, Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management