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Jayne K. Hanford, Ph.D.

I completed my PhD at The University of Sydney, looking at urban wetland habitats and how we might reduce the mosquito risks associated with them.

Position:

Aquatic Ecologist

Institution:

School of Life and Environmental Sciences, The University of Sydney

Bio:

“I’ve loved the watery world since I was a child, which has led me along a convoluted path of explorations finally landing me in freshwater ecology. I completed my Ph.D. at The University of Sydney, looking at urban wetland habitats and how we might reduce the mosquito risks associated with them. 

Previous experiences as a consulting freshwater ecologist and riding my bicycle around Australia have given me a passion for applying knowledge to achieve real-world solutions. Learn more about my work by checking out my current research and publications.

Recent Publications:

Hanford, Jayne K., Webb, Cameron E. & Hochuli, Dieter F. (2020) Management of urban wetlands for conservation can reduce aquatic biodiversity and increase mosquito risk. Journal of Applied Ecology 57 (4). doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.13576

Contact Info:

jayne.hatford@sydney.edu.au

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