Senior Lecturer in Environmental Science, Western Sydney University
I have worked at Western Sydney University for 10 years, firstly as a post-doctoral research fellow, in the field of freshwater ecology. Since 2010 I have been a lecturer in environmental science and management, which is a privilege that I enjoy. My research is broadly centred on water pollution and aquatic ecology issues. I have a particular interest in urban water management, mining and water pollution and ecological assessment of water pollution. Prior to working at Western Sydney I worked as an environmental consultant. I also worked in the water industry, mainly at Sydney Water.
Jan 07, 2022 06:00 am UTC| Insights & Views
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