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Hannah Mullis
 

Hannah Mullis

Hannah is currently investigating the climate vulnerability of migratory shorebird species along their annual migration cycle as her Honours project. She has always been fascinated by the natural world. In the last five years, Hannah has become increasingly passionate in understanding the adaptive potential and evolution of species, as well as the effect of climate change on their survival. She graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Wildlife Science in 2018. In the following year Hannah attained a Certificate IV in Captive Animals, which included several placements that allowed her to work with a variety of captive Australian species, including shorebirds.

Email: h.mullis@uqconnect.edu.au
Location: Rm 507a, Goddard Building 8