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Campbell, Brooke M.

Research Fellow and PhD Student

  • Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security

Overview


Brooke is an interdisciplinary Research Fellow with a background in sustainable natural resource planning, management, and policy. She has a BSc from University of British Columbia (UBC) Forestry and an MSc from UBC Fisheries Centre (now IOF) in Vancouver, Canada, where she has both worked and studied. Brooke has engaged in diverse international research, natural resource management, policy and capacity building projects in marine fisheries and aquaculture topics in the Pacific Islands, the Caribbean, North America, and Indonesia. Her work has given her the privilege of engaging with a wide range of fisheries and marine resource stakeholders and to develop a strong understanding of socio-ecological, research, policy, and governance environments around the world.

Brooke is currently active in applied research activities that span scales of fisheries governance, from international tuna fisheries to community-based fisheries co-management, primarily in the Western and Central Pacific ocean region.

She also guest lectures in ANCORS’ fisheries management short courses, in marine resources law and in the School of Biological Sciences.

As of early 2018, Brooke is also a PhD Student at ANCORS, supervised by Professor Alistair McIlgorm, A/Prof Quentin Hanich, and Dr Michelle Voyer.
The title of her thesis is The role of information and communication technologies for fisheries governance in the Western and Central Pacific ocean.

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Research Interests
    • Governance strategies for shared, renewable natural resource use
    • Integrated approaches to sustainable resource management and development in islands and remote areas
    • Participatory approaches to research, decision-making, management, and learning
    • Food security dimensions of capture fisheries and aquaculture
    • Information and Communication Technologies and their role and impact in sustainable fisheries management 

Geographic Focus


Selected Publications


Web Of Science Researcher Id


  • AAG-6542-2019

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Research Interests
    • Governance strategies for shared, renewable natural resource use
    • Integrated approaches to sustainable resource management and development in islands and remote areas
    • Participatory approaches to research, decision-making, management, and learning
    • Food security dimensions of capture fisheries and aquaculture
    • Information and Communication Technologies and their role and impact in sustainable fisheries management 

Geographic Focus


Selected Publications


Web Of Science Researcher Id


  • AAG-6542-2019
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Geographic Focus