Georgea Kamara

PhD Student

Georgea is a PhD student in the Fenner School of Environment & Society, studying tree thinning as a conservation management tool to address slow development of regenerating woodlands and forest structures. This project is a collaboration with and funded by Bush Heritage Australia.

Georgea received a Bachelor of Environmental Biology from the University of Technology Sydney and a Master of Science Innovation in Biodiversity Conservation and Management from Macquarie University.

Research interests

  • Conservation of threatened ecological communities and species.
  • Adaptive conservation management.
  • Plant ecology.
  • Biodiversity conservation.

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