Madeline May Goddard

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Madeline Goddard is a PhD candidate in the Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods (RIEL) under the supervision of Prof. Lindsay Hutley. Her research aims to understand the impact of climate change on mangrove ecosystems and how we can support the preservation of these systems through this knowledge. Prior to her PhD research, Madeline worked as a marine scientist on community projects in the Kimberley, with a focus on using indigenous knowledges to inform scientific research on marine turtle nesting and humpback whale migration. Madeline has also worked with the Northern Territory Government DENR and as a consultant for the United Nations Development Programme in Timor-Leste. Madeline holds a first-class Honours in Environmental Science from Charles Darwin University and a BSc Marine and Freshwater Ecology from Monash University.


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