Anna Normyle

PhD Student

Anna’s research interests include the development and application of natural capital and ecosystem services accounting, and mapping approaches to support post-Native Title decision making. Her PhD project is exploring how applications of ecosystem accounting can better reflect the perspectives and values of First Nations People.

Research interests

  • Social and applied GIS
  • Natural Capital Accounting
  • Ecosystem Services
  • Environmental Management

Normyle, A., Vardon, M., Doran, B. (2023). Aligning Indigenous values and cultural ecosystem services for ecosystem accounting: a review. Ecosystem Services, 59, 101502.

Normyle, A., Vardon, M., Doran, B. (2022). Ecosystem accounting and the need to recognise Indigenous perspectives. Humanities Social Sciences Communications, 9, 133.

Normyle, A., Doran, B., Vardon, M., Mathews, D., Melbourne, J., Althor, G. (2022). An Indigenous Perspective on Ecosystem Accounting: Challenges and Opportunities Revealed by an Australian Case Study. Ambio (2022).

Normyle, A., Doran, B., Vardon, M., Mathews, D., Melbourne, J. (2022). Land cover and fire accounts to support Indigenous land management: A pilot study of Yawuru Country. Journal of Environmental Management, 313, 115003.

Barnett, R., Normyle, A., Doran, B., Vardon, M. (2022). Baseline study - Agricultural capacity of the Indigenous Estate. Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia Project AT.4.20211117. ISBN. 978-1-922437-37-2. Available from:

Normyle, A., Doran, B., Vardon, M., Mathews, D., Melbourne, J. (2021). Accounting for Indigenous perspectives in SEEA-EA in theory and practice. London Group on Environmental Accounting 27th Meeting. Bonn. Available from: [Conference Paper]

Anna Normyle and Jamie Pittock (2019). A review of the impacts of pumped hydro energy storage construction on subalpine and alpine biodiversity: lessons for the Snowy Mountains pumped hydro expansion project. Australian Geographer, (2019): 1-17.