On the sixth day of STEMmas… Anne Harrison

Anne Harrison

Our sixth superb woman in STEM is Anne Harrison, who works on wetland conservation, including saving rare geese.

Anne is a “conservation ecologist with an interest in the function and biodiversity of wetlands, in particular how wetlands can provide multiple benefits to society, from water quality improvements and flood attenuation to human health and wellbeing. Recent work involves assessing the treatment efficiency of  WWT’s wetland treatment systems through interrogation of long-term water quality data.” Anne’s current projects include saving the Greenland White-fronted Goose, and the conservation of the wintering grounds of the globally threatened Red-breasted Goose.

Posted in STEMmas 2017.