Deakin Marine Research and Innovation Centre
Deakin University, Burwood campus
221 Burwood Hwy, VIC 3125
Tallulah is a marine ecologist with a keen interest in biodiversity conservation, climate change mitigation and ecosystem restoration. She received her Bachelor of Science (Honours) from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, where she developed her passion for marine climate change and restoration ecology.
Tallulah’s past research experience has focussed on climate change impacts on marine biodiversity and ecosystem functioning, nature-based solutions, and coastal restoration ecology. Her previous roles have involved seaweed-cultivation research, mesocosm-based climate change experiments, coastal restoration, and project coordination. Tallulah is passionate about driving a positive change for the climate through research, science-communication, and community engagement, and has previously led sustainability projects for biodiversity conservation and climate change mitigation.
Tallulah is looking forward to supporting various projects with the Blue Carbon Lab and assisting with carbon sequestration and coastal restoration research.
Marine ecology, conservation, restoration, community engagement
B.Sc. (Honours) Zoology, Trinity College Dublin (2015-2019)