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Edward T. Game is is an Australian conservation biologist and author, Editor-in-Chief of the journal Conservation Letters and Lead Scientist of The Nature Conservancy.
Early Life and Education
Game was born in Adelaide, June 21, 1981. He received a Bachelor of Science (with Honors) from James Cook University (2002) and a Ph.D. from the University of Queensland (2009).
Since 2015 Game has been Asia Pacific Lead Scientist at The Nature Conservancy and is a member of their global Executive Leadership . He is recognized for his work on marine conservation and the use ofEcoacoustics in rainforest monitoring. He is author of the book Conservation Planning: Informed Decisions for a Healthier Planet published by W.H. Freeman in 2015, and has published 98 research articles (as of September 2020). Topics he has published on include Marine protected area|Marine Protected Areas, climate change, decision science, ecoacoustics, fisheries, environmental monitoring, remote sensing, land use planning, indigenous knowledge, and cross-sector evidence standards. Since 2015 Game has served as Editor-in-Chief of Conservation Letters a journal of the Society for Conservation Biology the number one ranked journal (out of 160) in the category "Environmental Science: Nature and Landscape Conservation".
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