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Micha Jackson

Micha Jackson

Micha is a PhD candidate researching migratory species response to changing habitat conditions resulting from human activity, using migratory shorebirds of the East Asian-Australasian Flyway, a highly threatened species group with an increasingly uncertain future, as a case study. She has a particular interest in stopover ecology and the human land use patterns driving habitat availability in highly altered and densely populated coastal landscapes. Micha graduated from Lawrence University (USA) with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Government and Environmental Studies after which she received a T. J. Watson Fellowship to investigate the implementation of marine conservation in Oman, Australia and Palau. She then spent 7 years working to support Indigenous land and sea management and associated wildlife research in northern Australia.

Email: m.jackson@uqconnect.edu.au
Location: Rm 508, Goddard Building 8