Margaret Friedel



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Dr Margaret Friedel is an Adjunct Professor at the Research Institute for Environment & Livelihoods at Charles Darwin University in Alice Springs.

Margaret joined CSIRO Land Resources Management in Alice Springs in 1974 to research the ecology and management of arid rangelands. Over time her research expanded to include range assessment, rehabilitation, tourism, land use planning, policy development and invasive plants. Having retired in 2010, she was appointed as an Honorary Fellow with CSIRO Land & Water to the end of 2019 and as a Professorial Fellow at Charles Darwin University from 2013. She was made a Fellow of the Australian Rangeland Society in 2017. Margaret remains actively engaged with rangelands, including addressing aspects of fire, vegetation dynamics and weeds, and the importance of community inclusion and indigenous values in decision making about rangelands. She is currently researching the history of CSIRO in central Australia.


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