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I am an interdisciplinary scientist with a focus on coastal and marine ecosystems. Based in North Queensland, I have been working across the tropical Indo-Pacific for 8+ years. I am currently a lecturer and research scientist with the College of Science and Engineering at James Cook University. My research seeks to understand how seagrass and seaweed meadows, mangroves forests, coral reefs, rivers, estuaries and wetlands underpin fish populations, fisheries and human communities. I am interested in how landscapes, including human landscapes, function as ecosystems in different parts of the world. I am focused on providing relevant, context specific and data-rich science for the management of these ecosystems, by harnessing recent innovations such as Artificial Intelligence.

 

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  • LS0401: English for Academic Purposes Level 4 (Level 0; TSV)
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