Carla Archibald is a PhD student within the Rhodes Conservation Group, and her research sits at the frontier of forest threatening processes and forest conservation actions. Using a multi-disciplinary lens, Carla wishes to identify how conservation actions can best be targeted and tailored to increase the spread and the adoption success of forest conservation actions, such as private protected areas, in areas under a high degree of threat. Carla graduated a Bachelor of Applied Science from The University of Queensland in 2012 and received first-class honours for her project on urban restoration and bird diversity in South-east Queensland within the Possingham Lab through CEED in 2014.

Funding: APA (Australian Postgraduate Award)
Advisors: Assoc Prof Jonathan RhodesDr Morena Mills

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Carla Archibald

Carla Archibald

PhD Candidate