FSES Symposium

ANU Fenner School of Environment & Society research students from across our cohorts are presenting their research in two days of talks.

Tues 13 June

time presenting supervisor title
9:30 - 10:00 Anna Normyle 
PhD - midterm
Bruce Doran Including Indigenous perspectives in ecosystem accounting
10:00 -10:20 Emma Ferguson  
honours - final
Bruce Doran Spatial exploration of household bushfire preparedness in the Surf Coast Colac Otways region
10:20 - 10:40 Hugh Coppell 
honours - final
Matthew Brookhouse Weed control in the establishment of Australian native trees and shrubs
10:40 - 11:00 Mingrui Li 
masters - final
Phil Gibbons What types of urban plantings attract the greatest richness and diversity of birds in urban landscapes?
11:05 - 11:25 Angus Dunne  
masters - final
Steven Crimp  Agrivoltaics: assessing the suitability of innovative multi land use system that address the future food, energy and water needs of Australian agriculture
11:25 - 11:45 Marcus Dadd  
honours - final
Steven Crimp 'Climate positive’ beef production opportunities and facilitation measures in Australia
11:45 - 12:15 Su Su San 
PhD - thesis proposal
Robert Dyball Adoption and impact of climate smart agricultural technology in Cambodia
  lunch break     
1:00 - 1:30 Shengnan Wang
PhD - thesis proposal
Xuemei Bai Experimenting towards zero waste city in China 
1:30 - 2:00 Natasha Harvey 
PhD - thesis proposal
Saman Razavi  Reimagining the representation of snow hydrology in catchment models within an age of emerging technologies for sensing, data science and machine learning
2:00 - 2:30 Vitor Hirata Sanches 
PhD - thesis proposal
Steven Lade Using pathway diversity to quantify resilience in natural resource use models
2:35 - 3:20 Kyle Townsend 
PhD - thesis proposal
Sarah Clement "Evolving governance: the future of fire"; and, "Do performative policy discourses adequately reflect changes to fire regimes in Australia?"
3:20 - 3:50 Jim DelBene 
PhD - thesis proposal
Sarah Clement Socio-cultural values: their integration and importance in marine and coastal planning and policy
3:50 - 4:20 Nicholas Metherall  
PhD - midterm - remote
Sara Beavis Spatial Conservation Prioritisation of waterways and riparian corridors in the Ba River Catchment, Fiji.


Wed 14 June

time presenting supervisor title
9:30 - 10:00 Josh Coates 
PhD - midterm
Saul Cunningham Australian alpine pollinators in a changing world
10:00 - 10:30 Harry Campbell-Ross 
PhD - midterm
Steven Crimp Assessing Smallholder Community Food System Function: A case study of Nagcarlan Municipality, Philippines
  fenner morning tea    
11:00 - 11:30 Lori Gould 
PhD - thesis proposal
Adrian Manning Lathams Snipe Movement and Migration
11:30 -12:00  Nicole Gill 
Mphil - final - remote
Dejan Stojanovic Can detection dogs sniff out an elusive forest owl?
12:05 - 12:25 Ji Min Park 
special topics
Linda Neaves Effectiveness of DNA sequence data to identify plants in the diet of herbivores in the ACT
12:25 - 12:45 Kai Yoshida Dewar 
honours - final
Linda Neaves The genetic profile of eastern chestnut mice, Pseudomys gracilicaudatus, and its impacts on conservation decisions
12:45 - 1:05

Jerry Wu 

honours - final

Xuemei Bai The role of city-level policy in enabling EV adoption: Evidence from 25 EV frontrunner cities
1:05 - 1:25 Yutong Zou 
masters - final
Peter Kanowski Forest practices in Australia and New Zealand in 2022, and changes since 2009
1:25 - 1:45 Alison Blacket  
special topics - remote
Peter Kanowski Victoria’s bushfire regulatory framework. Limits and potentials to protecting biodiversity and human life
1:50 - 2:20 Samuel Hutchinson 
PhD - thesis proposal
Joseph Guillaume Data science for the closure of water balance to underpin drought resilience in irrigated agricultural networks 
2:20 - 2:50 Daniel Mugadziwa 
Mphil - midterm
Ian Fry Sustainable approaches for just energy transitions in southern Africa: Focusing on Zambia.
2:50 - 3:10 Chelsea Weaver
Honours final - remote
James Latmier Investigating the nutrient leaching potential of fallen leaves in the context of Canberra's blue-green algal blooms.

A camera will be set up in the courtyard outside the seminar room before and after the talks each day. Any Fenner students or staff who would like a photo taken for their web profile is welcome.