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Individual Member Profile
Prof. Marnie L Campbell Chevron Harry Butler Chair
Biosecurity & Environmental Science
Harry Butler Institute, Murdoch University
Australia
Email: marns.campbell@gmail.com
Position in the INVASIVESNET Editor-in-Chief of Management of Biological Invasions
Regular individual member
International Council member
Executive Committee member
Expertise I am passionate about conserving our marine and coastal environments in a pragmatic manner. I'm particularly interested in restoring ecosystems, introduced species, risk (assessment and perceptions) and delving into the social drivers that lead to impacts in our ecosystems. I strive to ensure that my research translates effectively into management and policy settings, recognising that policy is often a balancing act between competing interests and agendas.
Expertise Keywords
Marine bioinvasions Seagrass restoration Risk assessment Risk analysis Risk perception Port surveys Marine debris Marine Conservation
Australia, Brazil, Chile, China, the Chagos Archipelago, Ecuador (Galapagos Islands), Guam, India, Iran, Italy, New Zealand, Palau, Saipan, the Seychelles, South Africa, the Ukraine, and the United States of America

Bryozoans Seagrasses
Projects
Online databases
Editorial assignments Management of Biological Invasions - Editor-in-Chief
Reviewing experience Aquatic Invasions (REABIC), Aquatic Living Resources (EDP Sciences), Biological Conservation (Elsevier), Biological Invasions (Springer), Biologia Marina Mediterranea (SIBM), Botanica Marina (De Gruyter), Brazilian Journal of Oceanography (SciELO), Bulletin of Marine Science (BMS), Conservation Biology (Wiley), Diversity (MDPI), Diversity and Distribution (Wiley), Environmental Impact Assessment (Elsevier), Hydrobiologia (Springer), ICES Journal of Marine Science (Oxford Journals), Journal of Environmental Management (Elsevier), Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (Elsevier), Marine Biology (Springer), Marine Ecology Progress Series (Inter Research), Marine Pollution Bulletin (Elsevier), Ocean & Coastal Management (Elsevier), Pacific Conservation Biology (CSIRO Publishing), PLOS Biology (PLOS), PLOS One (PLOS), Risk Analysis (Wiley), Supplementary Records of the South Australian Museum (South Australian Museum), The Journal of Coastal Research (Coastal Education & Research Foundation), The Open Marine Biology Journal (now discontinued)(Bentham), University of Mauritius Research Journal (University of Mauritius), Waste Management (Elsevier)
Professional societies
Expert networks and working groups
Websites
Professional social networks
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