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Jenny House is a PhD researcher in the Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods, under the supervision of Associate Professor Natasha Stacey. Her research areas focus on participation in small-scale fisheries management and monitoring, women’s empowerment, gender and community-based fisheries management. She is conducting her research in Timor-Leste. Prior to beginning this research, Jenny House worked for a community-based marine conservation NGO in Timor-Leste for several years. She holds a MSc in Marine Environmental Management from the University of York and completed her Bachelor’s degree at the University of St Andrews in the United Kingdom.
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Timorese-Australian knowledge exchange and participatory fisheries monitoring evaluation skill development
31/05/22 → 31/12/22
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A framework for mapping and monitoring human-ocean interactions in near real-time during COVID-19 and beyondWard-Paige, C. A., White, E. R., Madin, E. M. P., Osgood, G. J., Bailes, L. K., Bateman, R. L., Belonje, E., Burns, K. V., Cullain, N., Darbyshire-Jenkins, P., de Waegh, R. S., Eger, A. M., Fola-Matthews, L., Ford, B. M., Gonson, C., Honeyman, C. J., House, J. E., Jacobs, E., Jordan, L. K., Levenson, J. J. & 15 others, , Jun 2022, In: Marine Policy. 140, p. 1-6 6 p., 105054.
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