Martin Nolan

Martin Nolan

Experimental Scientist

Martin is a spatial data analyst focused on integrating environmental, social and economic data. 


Martin Nolan has worked across a range of areas including land use change modelling, ecosystem services assessment and water availability impacts on communities. Martin seeks to transform data into information to improve our understanding of the complex world we live in, aid decision making and help navigate a sustainable pathway to the future. His interests are in the environmental applications of spatial analysis, modelling, computer programming, high performance computing and visualisations.

Recent Publications

Assessment of the economic feasibility of blue carbon projects in Australia

M Nolan, W Rochester, S Dirk, P Branson, R Marcos Martinex, J Navarro Garcia, E Kenna, L Hardiman, A Steven, M Vanderklift (March, 2024)

Values and vulnerability of the Murray-Darling Basin – Basin-wide rapid assessment

S Wahid, M Nolan, M Dunlop, A Watto, D Robertson, S Jalilov, R Pirzl, Y Bettini, R Harper (August, 2023)

Data visualisation research project: Final report. Commonwealth Environmental Water Office (CEWO): Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Program

M Nolan and S Cuddy (September, 2022)

Land Use Trade-Offs (LUTO) Model

B Bryan, M Nolan, F Stock, P Graham, S Dunstall, A Ernst, J Connor (September, 2021)