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Researcher: Evans, JD (Dr Jennifer Evans)

Fields of Research

Social and Cultural Geography
Architectural Design
Tourist Behaviour and Visitor Experience
Health Promotion
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Policy
Fine Arts (incl. Sculpture and Painting)
Conservation and Biodiversity
Visual Communication Design (incl. Graphic Design)
Marketing Communications

Research Objectives

Environmental and Natural Resource Evaluation
Tourism Infrastructure Development
Visual Communication
Socio-Cultural Issues in Tourism
Ground Transport
Flora, Fauna and Biodiversity of environments
Conserving the Historic Environment
Coastal and Marine Management Policy
Expanding Knowledge in the Environmental Sciences
Urban Planning
Regional Planning

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Corinna Wilderness Experience: Tourism carbon footprint and management strategy
Cradle Coast NRM Aboriginal Engagement Strategy
Delirium
Discover the Tarkine website
Health oceans for a healthy future
Healthy Communities - a local government toolkit for building healthier Tasmanian communities
Heritage Landing Experience review project: Final report
Indigenous fisheries: weaving the research net
Keynote speaker: Social change and the environment; Strahan NRM Forum
Mystery and the Tarkine – Portent or Potential
North West Coastal Pathway Plan
North West Coastal Pathway Plan – DESIGN TOOLKIT
Shutterbirds
Significant places: Aboriginal cultural heritage in Cradle Coast Tasmania
Strengthening engagement and collaboration for impact in the ERS theme
Table Cape lighthouse: a beacon for human achievement in a wild and beautiful place
Table Cape lighthouse: a beacon for human achievement in a wild and beautiful place, visitors guide
Tarkine drive interpretive signage
Tarkine interpretive experience
Tarkine natural values assessment
Tarkine Projects: Concept Plan - Waratah Falls Walk
Tarkine Tasmania: a visitors guide to walks and experiences
Tarkine Tasmania: connection to wild places
Tarkine Tasmania: self guided walks
Tarkine Tasmania: wild, unique, diverse
Tarkine Toursim Development Strategy
Tarkine Toursim Development Strategy: Tarkine Aboriginal Tourism Plan
There’s more to the Tarkine than trees
West Park - a place to live, learn and grow
Wild sight
Wilderness and Conflict in the Tarkine; 7th Annual Graduate Research Conference, University of Tasmania

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision