Valuing mine site restoration and biodiversity offsets
Research team leader: Dr Marit Kragt
I am a Senior Lecturer at the UWA School of Agricultural and Environment. I have a PhD in environmental economics and integrated modelling from the Australian National University. My research interests include interdisciplinary research, bio-economic modelling, agri-environmental management, and non-market valuation. I have extensive experience working in multi-disciplinary research teams. My research aims to aid natural resource managers and policy makers make better environmental decisions.
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