Position: Coordinator, Agroforestry and Novel Crops Unit
Personal Website: http://www.jcu.edu.au/mtb/staff/academic/JCUDEV_017750.html
Fields of Expertise: Agroforestry, Forest Genetic Resources, Genetics and evolution
Position: Research Fellow
Work Address: James Cook University, Faculty of Science and Engineering, School of Marine & Tropical Biology, Agroforestry and Novel Crops Unit. PO Box 6811, Cairns, QLD4870
Phone: Cell. (61) 432275529; Office phone (61) (07) 40421525
Personal Website: http://lamolina.academia.edu/LeoncioJulioUgarteGuerra
Research Activities: Julio Ugarte-Guerra has a Magister Scientiae in Forest and Forest Resources Management and a Masters in Business Administration. He recently served as national representative of the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), based in Lima, Peru. As ICRAF Country coordinator he led the research team based in Peru and contributed to the development of ideas and operational plans that are consistent with ICRAF’s strategy and the new CGIAR Consortium, in order to produce International Public Goods.
Position: Senior Research Fellow
Work Address: CDU, Darwin NT 0909, Australia
Research Activities: Dr Myers completed her PhD in plant eco-physiology at the University of Melbourne in 1985, and worked as a research scientist with the Victorian Department of Agriculture, based at Tatura, from 1985-1990. Since 1992 she has been a researcher at Charles Darwin University (previously Northern Territory University) in Darwin, northern Australia. (more…)
Position: Senior Lecturer
Work Address: Geography, Environment & Population, School of Social Sciences, The University of Adelaide SA 5005 Phone: +61 883034490
Personal Website: www.adelaide.edu.au/directory/douglas.bardsley
Research Activities: My research focusses on responses to environmental risk, and has covered the fields of in situ agrobiodiversity conservation, climate change adaptation, invasive species management, indigenous natural resource management, education and human migration. My research has been undertaken in different places: in Australia, within peri-urban and remote regions; in Europe, within alpine and island regions, and in Nepal, Turkey and Thailand.