Centre for Environmental Economics and Policy (M087) 35 Stirling Hwy, CRAWLEY WA 6009
Dr Abbie Rogers has been involved in several projects using non-market valuation techniques to investigate conservation preferences held by scientists and the broader community.
This has included valuations of marine reserves in Western Australia, where she has also examined how people react to different management approaches for marine conservation and for coastal hazard management, and explored social acceptance of marine biodiversity offset policies.
A key focus of Abbie's research is to promote better integration of non-market valuation in environmental policy and decision making processes.
As well as researching marine biodiversity values and evaluating the benefits and costs of marine restoration projects within the NESP, Abbie is involved in other projects in the Centre for Environmental Economics & Policy (CEEP), UWA, including projects with the Bushfire & Natural Hazards CRC and the CRC for Water Sensitive Cities. Abbie is also a theme leader for the UWA Ocean Institute's 'Coasts and Communities' research theme.
Dr Abbie Rogers has been a Research Fellow with CEEP and the School of Agriculture & Environment, UWA, since 2009.
Bachelor of Science (Natural Resource Management) with Honours, University of Western Australia
Doctor of Philosophy (Environmental Economics), University of Western Australia
UWA Oceans Institute: www.oceans.uwa.edu.au
Welcome to The Striped Trumpeter, a quarterly round-up of stories, videos, journal articles, reports and data from the NESP Marine Biodiversity Hub.
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-...
The 2011-2015 Final Report of the National Environmental Research Program Marine Biodiversity Hub is available online and in hard copy. The dynamic, searchable website includes photos, videos, maps and animations showcasing more than 40 research projects and can be browsed by region or research topic. Read the newsletter...
The Marine Biodiversity Hub’s exhibition of images celebrated the International Year of Biodiversity in 2010. It has now become a travelling exhibition at venues around Australia.
The exhibition contains images from Hub partners (and a few more), and was curated by Mark Norman, Head of Science at Museum Victoria.
Our aim is to reach out to the general public (especially school students) and raise their awareness of...
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...
Prof Nic Bax, Director NERP Marine Hub
Australia’s Marine Biodiversity Hub is a four-year research partnership established in 2011 by the Commonwealth Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities (DSEWPaC) National Environmental Research Program (NERP). It links the expertise and resources of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (...