Stephen Garnett

Registered to supervise postgraduate research

1978 …2021

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Stephen Garnett is Professor of Conservation and Sustainable Livelihoods in the College of Engineering, Information and the Environment. Much of his research has been on threatened species, particularly birds, but he has studied and written on a wide variety of environmental issues. He is particularly interested in the synergies arising from combining biodiversity conservation and natural resource based livelihoods, particularly Indigenous livelihoods. Stephen is elected Fellow of BirdLife Australia and is elected co-counsellor for birds with the Convention on Migratory Species. He has written about 200 papers, 50 book chapters and written or edited nearly 20 books.

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