Eddie Game

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Born (1981-06-21) June 21, 1981 (age 42)
EducationBachelor of Science,Ph.D
Alma materJames Cook University (2002), University of Queensland (2009).
OccupationConservation biologist,Author

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[1]. He is author of the book Conservation Planning: Informed Decisions for a Healthier Planet published by W.H. Freeman in 2015[2], and has published 98 research articles (as of September 2020)[3]. 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[3]. 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"[4].


  1. "Why Scientists Are Eavesdropping on a Rainforest in Indonesia - CNN Video" – via edition.cnn.com.
  2. https://www.google.com.au/books/edition/Conservation_Planning/iSvOoQEACAAJ?hl=en
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Edward T Game - Google Scholar". scholar.google.com.au.
  4. "Scopus preview - Scopus - Conservation Letters". www.scopus.com.

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