Kimberley Jean Hunnam

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Kim Hunnam is a PhD candidate student at the Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods (and co-enrolled at the Research School of Biology at the Australian National University). Her research project focuses on investigating social and ecological aspects of small-scale fisheries in Timor-Leste, in particular sardine fisheries, and their contributions to food security and livelihoods. Kim has previously worked in private, government and university sectors, across marine, estuarine and terrestrial environments, predominantly in Australia. She has broad research interests in sustainable food systems and livelihoods, participatory approaches to research/knowledge production, science informing policy & management and small-scale fisheries. She holds a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Queensland, with first class Honours in Marine Biology.


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