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Farmery, Anna Dr.

Vice Chancellor's Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Overview


Anna Farmery is a Vice Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS). Her research is centered around terrestrial and marine food systems and the links with human and environmental health. Anna’s background is in natural resource management and sustainable food production in Australia, East Africa and South East Asia. She has published papers on sustainable diets and consumption, life cycle assessment of seafood supply chains, and managing seafood supply chains in a changing climate. Anna is currently addressing policy integration and coherence between fisheries and food governance in Australia, East Timor and the Pacific, and the role of value chains in improving environmental and human health outcomes.

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Current research projects include:

    - Managing fishery value chains for food and nutrition security – the role of fisheries governance (Post-doctoral research project)
    - Agriculture and fisheries for improved nutrition: Integrated agri-food system analyses for the Pacific (ACIAR FIS/2018/155)
    - Future Seas (Centre for Marine Socioecology, UTAS)
    - Media messages about sustainable seafood: how do media influencers affect consumer attitudes? (FRDC Project 2017- 131)
    - The environmental impacts of linking marine and terrestrial food production (The Royal Society: International Exchanges)
    - Meeting Sustainability Expectations: Policy Translation, Objective Setting and Reporting for Australian Fisheries (FRDC Project No 2013-204)

Selected Publications


Potential Supervision Topics


  • Projects relating to environmental and nutritional performance of seafood

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Examining Coastal Fisheries Market System Changes in Vanuatu: Implications for Livelihoods, Resource Management and Governance Kaltavara, Jeremie
    Doctor of Philosophy Food Systems for improved nutrition and health in low-middle income countries Scott, Jessica
    Doctor of Philosophy Governance of the Vanuatu Food System and Implications on Food Security and Health Wilson, Dorah

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Current research projects include:

    - Managing fishery value chains for food and nutrition security – the role of fisheries governance (Post-doctoral research project)
    - Agriculture and fisheries for improved nutrition: Integrated agri-food system analyses for the Pacific (ACIAR FIS/2018/155)
    - Future Seas (Centre for Marine Socioecology, UTAS)
    - Media messages about sustainable seafood: how do media influencers affect consumer attitudes? (FRDC Project 2017- 131)
    - The environmental impacts of linking marine and terrestrial food production (The Royal Society: International Exchanges)
    - Meeting Sustainability Expectations: Policy Translation, Objective Setting and Reporting for Australian Fisheries (FRDC Project No 2013-204)

Selected Publications


Potential Supervision Topics


  • Projects relating to environmental and nutritional performance of seafood

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Examining Coastal Fisheries Market System Changes in Vanuatu: Implications for Livelihoods, Resource Management and Governance Kaltavara, Jeremie
    Doctor of Philosophy Food Systems for improved nutrition and health in low-middle income countries Scott, Jessica
    Doctor of Philosophy Governance of the Vanuatu Food System and Implications on Food Security and Health Wilson, Dorah
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