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Taegan Calnan is a PhD candidate in the Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods (RIEL) under the supervision of Prof. Jeremy Russell-Smith. Her research aims to understand the role of governance in the outcomes of savanna burning carbon projects in northern Australia. Prior to her PhD research, Taegan has worked in the university, government and NGO sectors in Western Australia, Northern Territory and North Queensland, focusing on vegetation management, biocultural knowledge transmission and community engagement in natural resource management. Taegan holds a Bachelor of Applied Environmental Science from James Cook University in Townsville, and a MSc (by research) from Charles Darwin University, Darwin.
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Governance of savanna burning carbon projects: maximising beneficial outcomes.
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Project: HDR Project › PhD
Erosion control using soil surface treatments and native grasses at Craig Creek, Northern TerritoryAuthor: Calnan, T., 2006
Supervisor: Mcguinness, K. (Supervisor), Bellairs, S. (Supervisor) & Setterfield, S. (Supervisor)
Student thesis: Masters by Research - CDUFile