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Dr Katie Cresswell

IMAS, University of Tasmania

Postdoctorate research jointly funded by IMAS and CSIRO

katie.cresswell@utas.edu.au
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Katie Cresswell is a postdoctorate researcher at IMAS and CSIRO, modelling the stock and bioeconomic dynamics for Longspined sea urchin in Tasmania. She completed a PhD at the British Antarctic Survey in Cambridge UK modelling the behavioural interactions between penguins and krill in the Southern Ocean. Following the PhD, she undertook a postdoctorate at the University of California, Santa Cruz with Professor Marc Mangel in the Department of Applied Mathematics, where she created behavioural optimisation models to predict the effects of climate change and krill fishing on penguins, and used game theory to examine issues of parental conflict, chick growth and prey field variation.

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