About

Dr Addison is a social-ecological systems scientist, and lecturer. Her current research interests include environmental/social and economic trade-offs in development, development futures, resource institutions, the livelihood/conservation nexus, off-reserve conservation and strategies for managing variability and uncertainty. With colleagues, she is working on a number of projects across northern Australia that are examining the potential benefits and trade-offs of different development models, and is also involved in an international research for development project in Mongolia and China. Previously, Jane worked as a consultant plant ecologist in the private and NGO sector, where she advised on land management and environmental impact assessments to a range of clients across northern and central Australia, and internationally.

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  • EV3200: Terrestrial Resource Management (Level 3; TSV)
  • EV5200: Terrestrial Resource Management (Level 5; TSV)
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