2023 - Research.com Ecology and Evolution in Australia Leader Award
Her primary scientific interests are in Environmental resource management, Biodiversity, Resource allocation, Natural resource economics and Conservation biology. Her Environmental resource management research includes themes of Cost–benefit analysis, Survey data collection, Land use, Risk analysis and Reserve design. Her Biodiversity research entails a greater understanding of Ecology.
Her Natural resource economics study which covers Habitat destruction that intersects with Biodiversity hotspot, Taxon, Taxonomic rank, Socioeconomic status and Natural resource. Her work deals with themes such as Extinction, Stochastic programming, Dynamic programming, Measurement of biodiversity and Biogeography, which intersect with Conservation biology. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Forest protection, Environmental degradation, Threatened species, Agroforestry and Deforestation is strongly linked to Endangered species.
Her main research concerns Environmental resource management, Biodiversity, Environmental planning, Natural resource economics and Ecology. Her Environmental resource management research incorporates themes from Land use, Ecosystem services, Climate change, Threatened species and Conservation biology. The Biodiversity study combines topics in areas such as Agroforestry, Protected area, Ecosystem and Habitat.
The various areas that Kerrie A. Wilson examines in her Agroforestry study include Deforestation and Livelihood. Her Environmental planning study combines topics in areas such as Conservation planning and Marxan. Her work carried out in the field of Natural resource economics brings together such families of science as Carbon sequestration, Agriculture, Greenhouse gas and Cost–benefit analysis.
Environmental planning, Ecosystem services, Agriculture, Livelihood and Poverty are her primary areas of study. As a part of the same scientific family, Kerrie A. Wilson mostly works in the field of Environmental planning, focusing on Forest management and, on occasion, Natural resource and Community engagement. The study incorporates disciplines such as Agroforestry, Sustainability and Land tenure in addition to Livelihood.
Kerrie A. Wilson has researched Poverty in several fields, including Deforestation and Impact evaluation. Kerrie A. Wilson interconnects Environmental resource management and Land use in the investigation of issues within Salt marsh. In most of her Environmental resource management studies, her work intersects topics such as Reef.
Kerrie A. Wilson focuses on Agriculture, Sustainable development, Subsistence agriculture, Poverty and Livelihood. Her study with Agriculture involves better knowledge in Ecology. Her Sustainable development research incorporates elements of Agricultural productivity, Natural resource economics, Environmental degradation and Food security.
Her Subsistence agriculture research integrates issues from Socioeconomic status and Impact evaluation. Her Poverty study incorporates themes from Agroforestry, Community forestry, Deforestation, Land tenure and Logging. Her Livelihood study frequently involves adjacent topics like Sustainable forest management.
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The use of focus group discussion methodology: Insights from two decades of application in conservation
Conservation planning in a changing world
Is conservation triage just smart decision making
Madeleine C Bottrill;Liana N Joseph;Josie Carwardine;Michael Bode.
Spatial conservation prioritization: Quantitative methods and computational tools
Prioritizing global conservation efforts
Regional patterns of agricultural land use and deforestation in Colombia
Biodiversity Conservation Planning Tools: Present Status and Challenges for the Future
Sahotra Sarkar;Robert L. Pressey;Daniel P. Faith;Christopher R. Margules.
Short communication: Marxan with Zones: Software for optimal conservation based land- and sea-use zoning
Tradeoffs of different types of species occurrence data for use in systematic conservation planning.
Conserving biodiversity efficiently: what to do, where, and when.
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