Tatsuya Amano

Research Affiliate & Former Research Associate

Tatsuya is currently a ARC Future Fellow at the University of Queensland.

He was a Research Associate, whose project aimed to assess the likelihood of catastrophic ecosystem shifts causing existential risks through statistical modelling based on both empirical data and expert knowledge. He has a background in ecology and conservation biology, and his primary research interests are in the effective use of scientific information for biodiversity conservation. His research is focused in particular on the following three aspects of information use in conservation science: (i) identifying gaps in information and their drivers, (ii) overcoming information gaps with modelling approaches, and (iii) bridging the research-implementation gap.

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