Dr Madi Green
Madi is a post-doctoral research fellow with CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere.
Madi’s research involves developing forensic tools for estimating fisheries landings and monitoring Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) activities. Madi’s current project, Reconstructing fisheries catch using eDNa is developing a method using environmental DNA to reconstruct target and by-catch for fisheries vessels operating in Pacific and Indian Oceans.
Madi has worked in the field of molecular ecology for over 7 years and received her PhD from the University of Tasmania in 2019. Her previous research has involved estimating stock structure, population size and breeding behaviours for a number of shark, ray and fish species. Madi cares deeply for marine ecosystems and is driven to use her training and experience to find a balance between protecting livelihoods of coastal communities and ensuring healthy oceans into the future.