Stephanie Duce

Lecturer in Spatial Science

Stephanie first developed an interest in coral reef geomorphology (how reef features form and evolve) during her undergraduate degree at James Cook University where her honours research examined the impacts of harbour infrastructure on reef islands. She later completed a Masters in Geospatial Technologies in Europe with a particular focus on spatial data interoperability. After a few years working as a spatial analyst in the environmental consultancy industry, she decided to return to coral reef research and completed a PhD at The University of Sydney. Stephanie enjoys multidisciplinary research and the opportunity to combine field work with a variety of geospatial technologies to better understand the world and humans part in it.

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