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Emma Hinde

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Emma was introduced to the importance of conservation and ecology in Southern Africa, which inspired her to undertake a Bachelors of Science degree majoring in Ecology and Zoology.

She has led research on climate drivers of morphological evolution of Australian Skinks and Goannas and has volunteered on many important conservation initiatives such as the DELWP Plains Wanderer song meter analysis.

Whilst interning at the CEC, Emma hopes to gain experience in applied ecology and conservation, developing her animal and plant identification skills and learning more about mammal research and trapping.