My research examines the recursive ecodynamic relationships between humans and Pacific island environments. I approach this from an interdisciplinary perspective applying spatial, ecological, and geomorphological techniques to the study of settlement systems and environments, with expertise in GIS and environmental archaeology. My theoretical interests are closely aligned with historical ecology, and my recent work has sought to understand long-term human-environmental relationships through the perspective of Niche Construction Theory.
Interests: food, indigenous wisdom
UN SDG’s: SDG 2 No Hunger, SDG 13 Climate Action, SDG 15 Life on Land