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B.Sc (Hons) B.A (UQ)
GCMedConfRes (UQ) – in progress
Kim completed Honours in Science at the University of Queensland (UQ) in 2008. She has since been involved in a range of projects through UQ, including the Tweed Ecosystem Health Monitoring Program (EHMP) and the Northern Territory – Western Australia baseline coastal habitat survey. She has also worked for the Queensland government Department of Environment and Resource Management, conducting field work as part of the South-East Queensland Freshwater EHMP.
Northern Territory – Western Australia baseline coastal habitat survey
Aerial survey of coastal habitat from Darwin NT to Broome WA involving filming, still-image data analysis and mapping using GIS software.
Tweed Ecosystem Health Monitoring Program
Reporting on ecosystem health for the freshwater and estuarine waterways of Cobaki and Terranora Broadwaters, Tweed Heads, New South Wales.
The ecological significance of changes in seagrass communities in northern Deception Bay, South-East Queensland (Honours research project)
Mapping seagrass community distribution in Deception Bay, Queensland, investigating community metabolism and nutrient dynamics, and assessing how community distribution and ecological function may have changed over time.
IWC (2009). Cobaki and Terranora Ecosystem Health Monitoring Program 2009 Technical Report. International Water Centre, Brisbane.
Hunnam, K. (2008). The ecological significance of changes in seagrass communities in northern Deception Bay, South-East Queensland. Honours thesis: University of Queensland
Last updated: Mar 26, 2010