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Dr Delphi Ward

IMAS, University of Tasmania

Qualitative ecological modeller

Delphi.Ward@utas.edu.au
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Bio

Delphi is an early career researcher interested in understanding how ecological interactions and feedbacks at different scales shape emergent ecosystem states, and how these could change into the future. She enjoys using diverse theoretical, empirical, and interdisciplinary approaches to address challenging ecological questions. During her PhD, Delphi developed and applied a range of approaches for predicting, characterizing and detecting ecological regime shifts. In her current role, Delphi is using qualitative network models to explore fishery-ecosystem-environment interactions, and predict future changes in a Southern Ocean fishery. More broadly, she aims to contribute to improving the way people use, manage and conserve marine ecosystems.

University of TasmaniaInstitute of Marine and Antarctic StudiesCSIRO Department of the Environment
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