dr amy diedrich, lab leader
Environmental social scientist working as a Senior Lecturer at James Cook University.
dr stephanie duce
Spatial data scientist working as a Lecturer at James Cook University.
PhD candidate at James Cook University researching the role of spatially explicit socioeconomic factors in influencing marine protected area effectiveness.
PhD candidate at James Cook University working with Traditional Owners to describe their use and cultural values of sharks and rays in far north Queensland.
Research assistant at James Cook University exploring factors that influence the success of marine protected areas for sharks and rays, including the drivers and spatial distribution of shark fishing in Myanmar.
External PhD candidate at James Cook University working to incorporate the concepts of systematic conservation planning into the decision-making processes of the NGO Ducks Unlimited that she works for in the U.S.
Daykin Otowauri Harohau
PhD candidate at James Cook University researching the role of tilapia pond aquaculture in sustainable livelihoods in the Solomon Islands.
prof colin simpfendorfer
Director of the Centre for for Sustainable Tropical Fisheries and Aquaculture at James Cook University.
dr georgina gurney
Environmental Social Science Research Fellow at ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies at James Cook University.
dr nadine marshall
Senior Social Scientist at CSIRO Land and Water in Townsville, Australia.
dr claudia benham
Interdisciplinary marine and social scientist working as a Lecturer at James Cook University.
dr jessica blythe
Assistant Professor in the Environmental Sustainability Research Centre at Brock University
MSc Marine Biology & Ecology student at James Cook University completing a Minor Project with WWF-USA and the MPA Mystery project on how common pool governance theory and management effectiveness evaluations relate to MPA outcomes in Indonesia.
MSc Marine Biology student at James Cook University, completing a minor project focusing on the social and ecological impacts of tourism within MPAs in Indonesia.
lucia palacios castillo
MSc Marine Biology student at James Cook University completing a minor project on compliance in the Galapagos Marine Reserve.
MSc Natural Resource Management student at James Cook University completing a minor project exploring the relationship between revenue received by communities from tourism in protected areas and poaching in Africa.
Completed a MSc Marine Biology and Ecology at James Cook University in June 2018. Conducted a minor project to explore the environmental stewardship of coastal communities in the Great Barrier Reef region.
Completed MSc Marine Biology at James Cook University in June 2018. Conducted a minor project about the motivation and influences behind participation in sea turtle conservation.