Qualifications: BSc (U. of Waikato), MSc (Research) (First Class Honours) (U. of Waikato)
We measure how land management affects our declining biodiversity. The ultimate goal is to advise influential companies and organisations in Aotearoa about how to protect biodiversity in ways that they can manage.
I graduated with my BSc in Biological Sciences at the University of Waikato in 2019.
I completed and graduated from my MSc (Research) in Ecology and Biodiversity at the University of Waikato in 2020, with first-class honours. My thesis was supervised by Dr Kiri Joy Wallace and Prof Bruce Clarkson, titled "Enrichment planting of late-successional plant species within restored urban forests".
Hall, M. M., Wehi, P. M., Whaanga, H., Walker, E. T., Koia, J. H., & Wallace, K. J. (2020). Promoting social and environmental justice to support Indigenous partnerships in urban ecosystem restoration. Restoration Ecology. doi:10.1111/rec.13305
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