Doctor of Philosophy 2021
Honours in Ecology 2015
Bachelor of Science with Distinction 2013
Bachelor of Arts 2013
Roxane Francis is a Post Doctorate Researcher in the Centre for Ecosystem Science at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Her work is highly varied and includes waterbird monitoring and management in Australia and Botswana, the use of pXRF, SIA and ICPMS to explore diets and toxins, and the use of drones to collect ecological data.
She is a recipient of funding from the Taronga Conservation Society, Idea Wild and the Centre for Ecosystem Science.
Centre for Ecosystem Science Postgraduate Grant 2019
Taronga Conservation Society Field Conservation Grants 2017
IDEA WILD Field Equipment Grant 2014
Winner of the BEES UNSW Science Postgraduate Research Showcase 2020
WildENFORCE - developing a real-time forensic tool to determine animal provenance. Joint project with Taronga Conservation Society, ANSTO, UTS
Waterbird colony monitoring with drones
Development of automated counting systems for drone imagery
Mapping of vegetation coverage - Wild Deserts
Eastern Australian Waterbird Survey
Diet and toxin work using ICPMS, pXRF and SIA
Analysis of citizen science data - waterbirds
Surface water mapping for waterbird management
Fieldwork - reptile trapping, waterbird monitoring.
BIOS 1101 - Ecology, Sustainability and Environmental Science
BIOS 1301 - Evolutionary and Functional Biology
SCIF 1131 - Skills for Science