Lucinda Douglass

Lucinda is interested in maximising conservation effectiveness through planning for multiple objectives, emerging markets and socio-political factors. Also, how to successfully implement research findings and influence policy. Her research identified cost-effective, spatially-explicit priorities for improved fire and grazing management and also accounted for the influence of carbon credits.

When not trying to save the world, Lucinda enjoys exploring new places, bushwalking, playing music and drinking caipirinha.

Honours student, University of Queensland, January-October 2008

Research Assistant, University of Queensland, 2008


skype: envirolucy



Douglass LL, Possingham HP, Carwardine J, Klein CJ, Roxburgh SH, Russell-Smith J, Wilson KA (2011) The Effect of Carbon Credits on Savanna Land Management and Priorities for Biodiversity Conservation. PLoS ONE 6(9): e23843.