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Emily is starting the third year of her PhD at JCU. She is interested in animal movement and human-wildlife interactions in increasingly anthropogenic land and seascapes. Her PhD uses quantitative analysis of GPS tracks of green sea turtles, in combination with remotely collected data, to provide information about site fidelity, behavioural responses to environmental change and overlap between turtle and human activities. Emily is also a cofounding member of the JCU postgraduate student group ROAM (researchers of animal movement, https://roam-jcu.github.io/roam-website/)

Email: emily.webster1@my.jcu.edu.au