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Researcher: Beasy, KM (Ms Kim Beasy)

Fields of Research

Higher Education
Environmental Education and Extension
Environmental Management
Physical Geography and Environmental Geoscience
Environmental Sociology
Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum and Pedagogy (excl. Economics, Business and Management)
Continuing and Community Education
Environmental Science and Management
Environmental Rehabilitation (excl. Bioremediation)
Environmental Monitoring

Research Objectives

School/Institution Community and Environment
Coastal and Estuarine Land Management
Teaching and Instruction Technologies
Coastal and Estuarine Soils
Ecosystem Assessment and Management
Education and Training
Education and Training Systems
Syllabus and Curriculum Development
Climate Change Adaptation Measures
Control of Pests, Diseases and Exotic Species in Urban and Industrial Environments
Remnant Vegetation and Protected Conservation Areas in Urban and Industrial Environments

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Becoming researchers: making academic kin in the Chthulucene; Australian Journal of Environmental Education
Comparison of three methods for the quantification of sediment organic carbon in salt marshes of the Rubicon Estuary, Tasmania, Australia; International Journal of Biology
Curriculum for the future: Sustainability is a must!; Teaching Matters 2016
Evolution or Revolution in EE/ES research? A collaborative dialogue from first-year PhD students; Australian Journal of Environmental Education
Geomorphology report on coastal erosion at the Detention River estuary, Hellyer, North West Tasmania
Geospatial technologies and twenty first century citizenship: opportunities and barriers in the humanities and social sciences classroom; The Social Educator
Kids come together to learn that you 'Dont Mess with Burnie'
Negotiating personal and collective futures across diverse social contexts; 22nd International Sustainable Development Research Society Conference (ISDRS 2016)
Pupils learn rubbish rules
Recycling's future: can you still make a difference?
Sediment carbon accumulation is southern latitude saltmarsh of communities of Tasmania, Australia; Biology
Surveying sustainability culture across University staff and students; The 16th International ACTS Conference

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision