Kim E Beazley Lecture Theatre
90 South St
Murdoch, WA 6150
A conservationist’s conundrum is that to study the environment, they must impact it. How can we leverage cutting-edge technologies to avoid the negative impact of this contact and contribute to nature protection?
Emerging ecologist Dr Margaret Andrew will showcase how her team is using advanced analytical tools and satellite and aerial imagery to inform her research into Western Australian conservation projects, including in the Abrolhos Islands – without having to step foot into the field.
Dr Andrew studied at Stanford University and the University of California Davis before joining Murdoch University as a Lecturer in Environmental and Conservation Sciences.
Tickets for this lecture are free, but please RSVP to secure your place.
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