Sustainable Minerals Institute, University of Queensland
Kate is a PhD candidate at The University of Queensland based at The Sustainabie Minerals Institute. She is researching how previously restored mine areas can inform assesment of future restoration with a case study of planning assessment for Ranger Uranium Mine within Kakadu National Park. Kate has studied both ecology and anthropology and has worked in envronmental assessment within government and industry. She's enjoyed working on a project where restroation science is being applied to the immense challenges associated with restoration of the cultural and environmental values of a World Heritage listed nature reserve.