I’m Lucy Rose, a PhD candidate in the Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions at the School of Botany, University of Melbourne. I am also closely affiliated with the Centre for Excellence for Biosecurity Risk Analysis (CEBRA) and the Quantitative and Applied Ecology Group (QAECO).
I am interested in improving the quality of decisions in management and conservation of wetland biodiversity by exploring quantitative tools for prioritisation of resource allocation. My PhD research focuses on exploring decision-making tools to assist with wetland management and wetland biodiversity conservation. With an aim of robust cost-efficiency in resource allocation, my research is concerned with three questions in conservation planning and wetland management: where (spatial prioritisation), which action/s and how much of that action?
You can get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit my research groups at the websites for the Quantitative and Applied Ecology Group and Centre for Excellence for Biosecurity Risk Analysis.