Kerry Crosbie

Research Assistant

My professional foundations began within the pastoral industry working on cattle stations and farms throughout the Northern Territory before moving off into a career in the field of wildlife conservation and threatened species management. I have always been interested in landscape ecology – particularly the effects of fire within the landscape. Recent studies have seen me complete a Bachelor of Environmental Science majoring in both ‘Landscape and Spatial Ecology’ and ‘Biodiversity and Conservation Biology’ introducing and developing a strong interest in the use of GIS technology and monitoring changes within the landscape.

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