GPO Box 1538
Hobart, TAS 7001
TJ is part of a and Illegal Fishing (IUU) project in conjunction with the Fishing Ministry in Indonesia as well as being a part of a watse portfolio that includes both land based and marine debris projects, including the Emerging Priorities NESP project ' Assessing the effectiveness of waste management in reducing the levels of plastics entering Australia’s marine environment'.
TJ is a spatial analyst specialising in GIS applications. She has been involved in many projects during her time at CSIRO including climate change, avian ecology, biodiversity in streams, fire ecology and diversity, invasive pests and weeds, corridors, vegetation mapping and habitat suitabiliy mapping pre and post natural disasters. In the last few years TJ's work has been focused on marine debris and fisheries management of illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing. In recognition of CSIRO's work in this area, the marine debris team which TJ resides won the 2016 Eureka Prize for for Environmental Research.
Bachelor of Applied Science Environmental Management (Hons)
Membership of key national committees
Australia’s Environment Minister, the Hon Greg Hunt MP, joined University of Tasmania scientists and volunteer divers on a Reef Life Survey at Tinderbox Marine Reserve south of Hobart today.
After the dive, the Minister joined UTAS Vice Chancellor, Professor Peter Rathjen, at Hobart’s Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies to launch the Marine Biodiversity Hub, one of six hubs funded under the National Environmental Science Programme (NESP).
The NESP is a six-...
Wednesday 10 December 2014
The Australian Government has announced the successful organisations to lead research hubs under the $142.5 million National Environmental Science Programme (NESP). The programme will assist decision-makers to understand, manage and conserve Australia's environment by funding world-class biodiversity and climate science. This research will ensure decisions about managing Australia's biodiversity and environmental resources are made on the best available...