Kelsey was part of our team from 2016 to 2021 while she completed her PhD researching the amounts, types, fates […]
Tim works with the Marine Debris team with a focus on the global plastics leakage project. He is involved with research, data analysis and education aspects of this project.
Kathy Townsend (USC)
Dr. Kathy Townsend is a researcher and the Education Coordinator at The University of Queensland’s, Moreton Bay Research Station.
Mark Hindell (UTAS)
Mark's primary research interests are in the biology of marine mammals and seabirds, particularly with respect to Antarctic and sub-antarctic ecosystems.
Matt commenced with CSIRO in 2004 as a Spatial Processes Ecologist after finishing his Honours degree in Marine, Freshwater & Antarctic Biology at the University of Tasmania.
Kimberley joined CSIRO in 2006 after completing a Bachelor degree at RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology), Victoria, Australia.
In 2018-2019, Arianna assessed the spatial distribution of marine debris from the water’s edge to the backshore in coastal environments, […]
In 2018, Diego worked on a risk assessment of marine debris entanglements in pinnipeds (seals, sea lions and walruses) around […]
Montse worked with CSIRO in 2016 and again in 2018. Her projects consisted of modelling the threat plastic pollution is […]
In 2018, Alice worked with the team to model the total mass of plastic pollution that resides on coastlines worldwide […]
Sunwook Hong (Sunny)
Sunny is responsible for managing ‘National Marine Debris Monitoring Program’ in South Korea, which is a long term government project. […]
Vivien completed an internship with the marine debris team in 2015 . The project focused on the completion of a […]
In 2014, Camille worked with the Marine Debris team to compare plastic ingestion between seabird species in Australia through the […]