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Ms Stephanie Avery-Gomm

University of Queensland

Stephanie Avery-Gomm is an applied ecologist, interested in using decision science to achieve optimal outcomes for conservation.

Stephanie’s current research examines the efficacy of endangered species legislation and develops decision support tools to improve endangered species recovery. She is also an active member of the seabird research community. Her seabird-related work focuses on identifying the drivers of historical seabird population decline at a global scale, and how this knowledge can help to prioritise seabird conservation efforts.

By partnering with government agencies and NGOs in the USA, Australia and Canada, Stephanie ensures that her research is relevant to policy makers and on-the-ground conservation efforts.

You can follow Stephanie at: www.stephanieaverygomm.weebly.com