Sarah has 30 years experience in research and natural resource management. A focus of her work has been integrating scientific research into policy and management practices in the agricultural and forestry sector. She has contributed to many reviews, research and monitoring projects of relevance to the management of biodiversity.  She holds a PhD in Zoology from the University of Tasmania and her particular interests include threatened forest fauna species, management of freshwater habitats, effectiveness monitoring and capacity building. She has been involved in both national and international projects and since retiring from the Tasmanian Forest Practices Authority consults to a variety of local and national organisations on biodiversity and environmental management issues.

Adjunct Senior Researcher, School of Natural Sciences, University of Tasmania

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