Sheree Walters, mentee in the 2019 IMNIS Program in WA (Curtin University)

Sheree Walters has a Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science) and is currently undertaking a PhD in Restoration Genetics at the Centre for Mine Site Restoration, Curtin University. Her current research examines genetic patterns in native plant species to identify provenance zones (the geographic origin of seed) and create seed-sourcing maps for restoration. She has previously researched effects of fertiliser application on jarrah forest restoration as part of an Honours program and worked at Western Australia’s then Department of Mines and Petroleum as an Environmental Officer. Her interests are restoration ecology and biodiversity conservation with a focus on native flora.

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