Sue Baker, PhD

Research Fellow, School of Plant Science at the University of Tasmania, Australia

Sue Baker is a Research Fellow at University of Tasmania where she helped develop retention forestry for statewide application. She has worked in the Pacific Northwest and is a 2012 Fulbright scholar and alumna of the World Forest Institute.

After completing a Forestry Degree from Melbourne University, Sue worked on forest pest management projects and volunteered on seabird research projects in Antarctica and Macquarie Island. She completed Honors and Ph.D. Degrees from the University of Tasmania examining the impacts of forest management practices on biodiversity.

Her latest project investigates landscape-scale approaches to forest management and biodiversity conservation as well as innovative monitoring technologies. Sue is also an experienced climber and diver.