Dr Cass Hunter – Quantitative Marine Scientist

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Dr Cass Hunter - Quantitative Marine Scientist


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Dr Cass Hunter – Indigenous Social Ecological Researcher, Oceans and Atmosphere, CSIRO

Cass develops tools to help support #Indigenous communities manage and plan how they are adapting to the effects of #climate change and other priority issues.

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Dr Cass Hunter – Quantitative Marine Scientist

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