Deakin University, Queenscliff campus
2A Bellarine Hwy, Queenscliff VIC 3225
Jasmine is a marine and environmental scientist with a passion for conservation and restoration, and a strong interest in climate change mitigation. Throughout her scientific career so far, Jasmine has developed technical and research skills to provide meaningful contribution to a variety of projects. Previous and current work includes experience in the fields of benthic habitat mapping, seaweed research, marine mapping, taxonomy and restoration. Currently, Jasmine’s role within the Blue Carbon Lab includes supporting various projects from wetlands to coast, with a particular focus on macroalgae.
Macroalgae, seaweed, restoration, kelp, coastal wetlands
Young M, Porskamp P, Murfitt S, Wines S, Tinkler P, Bursic, J, Allan B, Howe S, Whitmarsh S, Pocklington J, Ierodiaconou D, 2022. Baseline habitat mapping and enhanced monitoring trials of subtidal and intertidal reef habitats in Victoria’s marine national parks and sanctuaries. Parks Victoria Technical Series 116.