22 July 2013 to 30 June 2018
Jasmyn Lynch is a conservation ecologist with expertise in research on rare and threatened species; biodiversity patterns and processes; vegetation, climate and geomorphology interactions; wetland assessments and management; and ecological and threatening process frameworks. Her research experience ranges from the genetic scale, through species autecology, regional ecology, global patterns of diversity, to the application of science to conservation policy and environmental management. Jasmyn has over 20 years’ experience on environmental issues, having worked with the Australian, Tasmanian, Queensland and Western Australian governments, universities of Queensland, Tasmania and Canberra, and Indigenous representatives of Cape York Peninsula.
Jasmyn is currently the Assistant Professor in the Institute of Applied Ecology, University of Canberra.