I am strong believer in scientific communication and public engagement. If you are interested in having me speak with your school or community group about my work, please drop me a line! I can tailor a talk for any environment. Otherwise, check out my YouTube channel, or other interviews, blogs, and articles on my work.
I am an ecologist, which means I study plants and animals and how they interact with their environment. I have studied everything from sharks, to shrimps, to shrubs, and on YouTube I breakdown ecological issues in film, television, and media, explore cool ecological questions, and create videos that will help you understand what it is like to be a scientist and build a Career in STEM. Check out my videos on the channel!
My interview with Grant with The Bird Emergency Podcast! We talked about environmental monitoring, isotopes, and so much more.
You can listen to more from The Bird Emergency on their YouTube Channel!
ausplotsR: A new R package to download and analyse vegetation and soil data collected by Australia’s most comprehensive ecosystem monitoring program
Vegetation Science Blog, IAVS Journals, 2021
Surviving the ‘postdocalypse’
Impact Blog, Australian Council of Graduate Research, 2021
The Advertiser, Apr 2019
Sharks in the deep: how and why are they different?
Save Our Seas, Aug 2016
The Conversation, Aug 2016
Plants down under: The photosynthetic pathway of plants found across Australia's largest ecosystem monitoring network
Behind the Paper, Springer Nature, 2021
Prawn chemical “fingerprints” identify human influences in urban coastal habitats
Catchment to Coast, Oct 2018
Shark fishing in the deep
Save Our Seas, Jan 2017
Queensland's small sharks are 'homebodies', research finds
Brisbane Times, February 2016
Save Our Seas, May 2017