Anne Gaelle AusseilResearcher
Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research
I've been working at Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research for over 15 years. My projects focus on land-use and climate change impacts on biodiversity and ecosystem services. My research interest covers a broad range of areas including integrated and multidisciplinary approaches for coupling biophysical and economic models, environmental management decision-making, spatial information, climate change, landscape change dynamics, and biodiversity conservation. I'm particularly interested in developing ecosystem services indicators that are robust, relevant and credible for policy-makers. I've been an active author with IPBES, and an advisor on several governmental science expert panels. I am a science advisor with the Ministry for the Environment for their State of the Environment Reporting Series and a senior fellow under the Office of the Prime Minister's Chief Science Advisor to look at links between nature and people's well-being.
Asia-Pacific Assessment-Coordinating lead author
Regional assessments-Scoping expert
Nexus assessment-Scoping expert
Land Degradation and Restoration