Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS)
University of Tasmania
IMAS Waterfront Building, 20 Castray Esplanade,
Battery Point TAS 7004
Jemina coordinates the Handfish Conservation Project – involving conservation of handfish and their habitats in Tasmania (particularly focussed on Red Handfish).
Jemina has worked at UTAS since 2007, including coordinating the South Eastern Australian Reef Biodiversity Assessment component of Reef Life Survey, and coordinating the Redmap project.
Bachelor of Science (Zoology) with Honours, 2001 (UTAS)
PhD (Zoology), 2007 (UTAS)
Membership of key national committees
National Handfish Recovery Team
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