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Watson, Georgia M.

Research officer

  • Research Officer, Securing Antarctica's Environmental Future - Research and Innovation Division 2021 -

Overview


I studied a Bachelor of Science (Biology, Hons I) at the University of Wollongong, supervised by Professor Kris French and Doctor Luke Collins. My honours research investigated how timber harvest and frequent prescribed burning altered the ingrowth, growth and mortality of a eucalypt forest in South East Australia, over two decades.

I spent two years a research officer in the Global Challenges Program at UOW, within the challenge of 'Sustaining Coastal and Marine Zones', supporting interdisciplinary research teams across a broad spectrum of topics. I have been a research assistant in the School of Earth, Atmospheric and Life Sciences, with projects focusing on invasive flora biology, monitoring and data deficient flora ecology. 

I am currently a research officer within the ARC SRI Securing Antarctica's Environmental Future, with a focus on moss monitoring. This research has taken me to Casey Station, East Antarctica, in February 2022.

Top Publications


    Year Title
    2020 Timber harvest and frequent prescribed burning interact to affect the demography of Eucalypt species
    Published in   Forest Ecology and Management

Selected Publications


  • Journal Article

    Year Title
    2021

    Published In
    Boletín Antártico Chileno
    2020

    Published In
    Forest Ecology and Management

Top Publications


    Year Title
    2020 Timber harvest and frequent prescribed burning interact to affect the demography of Eucalypt species
    Published in   Forest Ecology and Management

Selected Publications


  • Journal Article

    Year Title
    2021

    Published In
    Boletín Antártico Chileno
    2020

    Published In
    Forest Ecology and Management
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