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Dr Anne Wallis
My recent research has had a focus on progressing sustainability from a landscape to a local scale.
Examples of this work include: indicators to measure and report on regional sustainability; behaviour
change programs for water conservation; tools to engage the community in environmental decision
making;and southern bluefin tuna recreational fishing patterns.
CareerDeakin University: Senior Lecturer 2007 - present
Deakin University: Lecturer,1999– 2006 (included postdoc 2003-2004)
Deakin University: PhD 2000
Key publicationsEzzy, Edward, Scarborough, Helen and Wallis, Anne (2012) Recreational value of Southern Bluefin Tuna fishing Economic papers vol. 31, no. 2, , pp. 150-159 Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Asia, Richmond, Vic.
Wallis, Anne M., Graymore, Michelle L. M. and Richards, Anneke J. (2011) ) Significance of environment in the assessment of sustainable development: the case for south west Victoria Ecological economics vol. 70, no. 4, pp. 595-605 Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Wallis, Anne M., Kelly, Alecia R. and Graymore, Michelle L. M. (2010) Assessing sustainability: a technical fix or a means of social learning? International journal of sustainable development & world ecology vol. 17, no. 1, , pp. 67-75 Taylor & Francis Ltd., London, England
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Professional activitiesEditorial Board for the Asian Journal for Biology Education
Scientific Committee for ISDRC19
PhD studentsStudent nameThesis title
Marty GentSocial-ecological systems, resilience and adaptation to climate change
Honours studentsStudent nameThesis title Lauren Dickson An investigation into recreational fishing at Lacy Bay in Warrnambool Louise Hannigan Urban consolidation for sustainable land use in Warrnambool, Victoria Peter O’Toole The impact of recreational fishing on southern bluefin tuna (Thunnus maccoyii) in Portland, Victoria.
Teaching areasHuman Biology