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Wolf, Isabelle D.

Vice Chancellor's Senior Research Fellow

  • School of Geography and Sustainable Communities - Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Vice Chancellor's Senior Research Fellow - Australian Centre for Culture, Environment, Society and Space (ACCESS) 2019 - 2025
  • Research and Analysis Officer - NSW Office of Environment and Heritage 2010 - 2018

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Research Overview


  • Isabelle D. Wolf is a Vice-Chancellor's Senior Research Fellow in the Australian Centre for Culture, Environment, Society and Space (ACCESS), School of Geography and Sustainable Communities, University of Wollongong.

    Her current research investigates the role of ethnicity in the use of urban greenspaces using mixed methods such as geospatial participatory (PPGIS) approaches.

    As an urban green space and protected areas specialist, Isabelle researches various aspects of socio-ecological systems. As a human mobility expert, she leads research and enhances geospatial methods for people monitoring, sustainable visitor experience development and natural resource management. Trained as an ecologist, her speciality are the human dimensions of ecosystems, with work on people and animal behaviour and flora and fauna communities among other in tourism and recreations systems. Isabelle has a PhD degree from the University of New South Wales and has published in both social and environmental science journals.

Selected Publications


Other Research Activities


Web Of Science Researcher Id


  • V-1373-2017

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Isabelle D. Wolf is a Vice-Chancellor's Senior Research Fellow in the Australian Centre for Culture, Environment, Society and Space (ACCESS), School of Geography and Sustainable Communities, University of Wollongong.

    Her current research investigates the role of ethnicity in the use of urban greenspaces using mixed methods such as geospatial participatory (PPGIS) approaches.

    As an urban green space and protected areas specialist, Isabelle researches various aspects of socio-ecological systems. As a human mobility expert, she leads research and enhances geospatial methods for people monitoring, sustainable visitor experience development and natural resource management. Trained as an ecologist, her speciality are the human dimensions of ecosystems, with work on people and animal behaviour and flora and fauna communities among other in tourism and recreations systems. Isabelle has a PhD degree from the University of New South Wales and has published in both social and environmental science journals.

Selected Publications


Other Research Activities


Web Of Science Researcher Id


  • V-1373-2017
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