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Background Information

Employment History

ReefBase


Team Leader - Statewide Programs

NSW Inc


Principal

SEA SOLUTIONS LLC


Deputy Director - Science

The Nature Conservancy


Affiliations

NSW Inc

Senior Policy Officer - Interagency Liaison


Web References(22 Total References)


Halmahera Expedition - Team Members

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Dr Joanne WilsonDr Joanne WilsonThe Nature ConservancyDr Joanne Wilson is currently Lead Scientist for the Coral Triangle Centre - Indonesia.Until moving to Indonesia 9 months ago she lived and worked in Australia.She has over 15 years experience in marine science on a diverse range of projects including oyster diseases in Tasmania, coral spawning in Queensland and coastal ecology and management in NSW.Joanne has published a number of papers in journals and presented the results of her work at international conferences.


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Please submit your abstracts online to Mini-symposium #8 but if you have any questions or would like more information please contact Greta Aeby (greta@hawaii.edu) or Joanne Wilson (jwilsonmarine@gmail.com).


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no comments | tags: Asia Pacific, biodiversity, Climate change, Conservation Issues, COOL GREEN SCIENCE, coral, coral bleaching, Coral Reefs, Coral Triangle, diving, Ecosystem Services, ecotourism, Fish, indonesia, Joanne Wilson, Misool, MPA, Oceans & Coasts, Protected Areas, Raja Ampat, Raja Ampat Expedition 2011, reef, Sangeeta Mangubhai, science, scuba, sea turtle, shark, shark fin, shark finning, Sustainable Livelihoods, The Nature Conservancy, Uncategorized | posted in COOL GREEN SCIENCE
no comments | tags: Asia Pacific, biodiversity, Climate change, Climate Science & Research, Conservation Issues, COOL GREEN SCIENCE, coral, coral bleaching, Coral Reefs, diving, Environmental Science, Fish, grouper, Indigenous Communities, indonesia, Joanne Wilson, Kofiau, marine protected area, Misool, MPA, no-take zone, Oceans & Coasts, Papua, Protected Areas, Raja Ampat, Raja Ampat Expedition 2011, reef, Reef Resilience, sailing, Sangeeta Mangubhai, science, scuba, The Nature Conservancy, Uncategorized | posted in COOL GREEN SCIENCE no comments | tags: Asia Pacific, biodiversity, Climate Science & Research, Conservation Issues, COOL GREEN SCIENCE, coral, coral bleaching, Coral Reefs, Coral Triangle, diving, Environmental Science, Fish, giant clams, Indigenous Communities, indonesia, invertebrates, Joanne Wilson, lobsters, Misool, MPA, no-take zone, Oceans & Coasts, Protected Areas, Raja Ampat, Raja Ampat Expedition 2011, reefs, sailing, Sangeeta Mangubhai, science, scuba, Sustainable Livelihoods, Uncategorized | posted in COOL GREEN SCIENCE no comments | tags: Asia Pacific, biodiversity, Climate change, Climate Science & Research, Conservation Issues, COOL GREEN SCIENCE, coral, coral bleaching, Coral Reefs, diving, ecotourism, Environmental Science, Fish, grouper, Indigenous Communities, indonesia, Joanne Wilson, Kofiau, marine protected area, Misool, MPA, napoleon wrasse, no-take zone, Oceans & Coasts, Papua, Protected Areas, Raja Ampat, Raja Ampat Expedition 2011, reef, Reef Resilience, sailing, Sangeeta Magubhai, science, scuba, Sustainable Livelihoods, The Nature Conservancy, Uncategorized | posted in COOL GREEN SCIENCE Joanne Wilson surveying for coral diseases Working with our partners Wildlife Conservation Society and Reef Check Indonesia, the Conservancy has been trialing an IUCN reef resilience assessment method in a number of MPAs across Indonesia since 2009. Second image: Joanne Wilson examines reefs at Jef Pele for signs of disease. Second image credit: TNC. no comments | tags: adaptation, Asia Pacific, Climate Science & Research, COOL GREEN SCIENCE, coral, coral bleaching, Coral Reefs, diving, ecotourism, Environmental Science, Fish, food, Indigenous Communities, indonesia, Joanne Wilson, Kofiau, marine protected area, Misool, MPA, no-take zone, Oceans & Coasts, Papua, Protected Areas, Raja Ampat, Raja Ampat Expedition 2011, Reef Resilience, reefs, sailing, Sangeeta Mangubhai, science, scuba, Sustainable Livelihoods, The Nature Conservancy, Uncategorized | posted in COOL GREEN SCIENCE no comments | tags: Asia Pacific, biodiversity, Climate change, Climate Science & Research, Conservation Issues, COOL GREEN SCIENCE, coral, coral bleaching, Coral Reefs, diving, ecotourism, Environmental Science, Fish, Indigenous Communities, indonesia, Joanne Wilson, Kofiau, marine protected area, Misool, MPA, no-take zone, Oceans & Coasts, Papua, Protected Areas, Raja Ampat, Raja Ampat Expedition 2011, Reef Resilience, sailing, Sangeeta Mangubhai, science, scuba, sea turtles, Sustainable Livelihoods, The Nature Conservancy | posted in COOL GREEN SCIENCE no comments | tags: Asia Pacific, COOL GREEN SCIENCE, coral, coral bleaching, Coral Reefs, Coral Triangle, diving, Environmental Science, Fish, Indigenous Communities, indonesia, Joanne Wilson, Kofiau, marine protected area, Misool, MPA, no-take zone, Oceans & Coasts, Protected Areas, Raja Ampat, Raja Ampat Expedition 2011, reefs, sailing, Sangeeta Mangubhai, science, scuba, Sustainable Livelihoods, The Nature Conservancy | posted in COOL GREEN SCIENCE Follow along on an Expedition to Raja Ampat in Indonesia's Bird's Head Seascape with scientists Dr. Sangeeta Mangubhai (Get live updates from Sangeeta at @smangubhai) and Dr. Joanne Wilson. A few years ago Joanne and I decided we would try running our monitoring work from a small live-aboard dive vessel. no comments | tags: Asia Pacific, COOL GREEN SCIENCE, coral, coral bleaching, Coral Reefs, diving, Fish, indonesia, Jakarta, Joanne Wilson, Kofiau, marine protected area, Misool, MPA, no-take zone, Oceans & Coasts, Papua, Protected Areas, Raja Ampat, Raja Ampat Expedition 2011, Reef Resilience, reefs, sailing, Sangeeta Mangubhai, science, scuba, The Nature Conservancy | posted in COOL GREEN SCIENCE Joanne Wilson and Sangeeta Mangubhai Dr. Joanne Wilson is the deputy director for science for the Conservancy's Indonesia Marine Program. She has over 15 years experience in marine science on a diverse range of projects including oyster diseases in Tasmania, coral spawning in Queensland and coastal ecology and management in New South Wales, Australia. no comments | tags: Asia Pacific, Climate Science & Research, Conservation Issues, COOL GREEN SCIENCE, coral, coral bleaching, Coral Reefs, Ecosystem Services, Featured Post 2, Fish, indonesia, Joanne Wilson, marine protected area, Misool, MPA, no-take zone, Oceans & Coasts, Protected Areas, Raja Ampat, Raja Ampat Expedition 2011, Reef Resilience, reefs, sailing, Sangeeta Mangubhai, science, Uncategorized | posted in COOL GREEN SCIENCE Dr. Joanne Wilson is the deputy director for science for the Conservancy's Indonesia Marine Program. She has over 15 years experience in marine science on a diverse range of projects including oyster diseases in Tasmania, coral spawning in Queensland and coastal ecology and management in New South Wales, Australia. no comments | tags: Asia Pacific, Climate Science & Research, Conservation Issues, COOL GREEN SCIENCE, coral, coral bleaching, Coral Reefs, Ecosystem Services, Fish, indonesia, Joanne Wilson, marine protected area, Misool, MPA, no-take zone, Oceans & Coasts, Protected Areas, Raja Ampat, Raja Ampat Expedition 2011, Reef Resilience, reefs, sailing, Sangeeta Mangubhai, science, Uncategorized | posted in COOL GREEN SCIENCE From November 15-30, Nature Conservancy scientist Dr. Sangeeta Mangubhai and I - Dr. Joanne Wilson - are conducting a monitoring expedition to Indonesia's Raja Ampat (meaning, in Bahasa Indonesian, "the Four Kings"). no comments | tags: Asia Pacific, bahasa, biodiversity, Conservation Issues, COOL GREEN SCIENCE, coral, coral bleaching, Coral Reefs, ecotourism, expedition, Fish, food, Green Gift Monday, indonesia, Joanne Wilson, marine protected area, MPA, Nature Conservancy, no-take zone, Oceans & Coasts, Protected Areas, Raja Ampat, Reef Resilience, reefs, sailing, Sangeeta Mangubhai, science, Southeast Misool, Sustainable Livelihoods, the four kings, The Nature Conservancy | posted in COOL GREEN SCIENCE The moon was invisible to most of the audience, but the moonlight seemed to me a kind of benediction on Dr. Wilson's remarks. I turned my attention back to the next slide in the lecture- a map of the Gulf of Mexico coast of Florida and Alabama. Wilson talked about the exceptional variety of plants and animals found in the Gulf Coastal Plain. I know these places from my years of working for the Conservancy in the south-cypress-lined creeks, longleaf pine forests, unspoiled beaches and the wild delta of the Mobile and Tensaw Rivers close to the City of Mobile. Wilson, who grew up on the Gulf coast, advocated creating a connected corridor of protected forests, wildlife refuges, buffer zones around the military bases across the western panhandle and a new National Park in the Mobile Delta.


Follow the Raja Ampat Expedition | Cool Green Science: The Conservation Blog of The Nature Conservancy

blog.nature.org [cached]

Written by Joanne Wilson
From November 15-30, Nature Conservancy scientist Dr. Sangeeta Mangubhai (Get live updates #raja2011) and I - Dr. Joanne Wilson - are conducting a monitoring expedition to Indonesia's Raja Ampat (meaning, in Bahasa Indonesian, "the Four Kings"). Dr. Joanne Wilson is the Deputy Director for Science for the Conservancy's Indonesia Marine Program. She has over 15 years experience in marine science on a diverse range of projects including oyster diseases in Tasmania, coral spawning in Queensland and coastal ecology and management in New South Wales, Australia. Tags:bahasa, coral, coral bleaching, expedition, Indonesia, Joanne Wilson, marine protected area, MPA, Nature Conservancy, no-take zone, Raja Ampat, Raja Ampat Expedition 2011, Reef Resilience, reefs, sailing, Sangeeta Mangubhai, Science, Southeast Misool, the four kings


Green News: Ecotourism

blog.nature.org [cached]

Written by Joanne Wilson | December 2nd, 2011
Written by Joanne Wilson | November 28th, 2011 Written by Joanne Wilson | November 22nd, 2011 Written by Joanne Wilson | November 21st, 2011 Written by Joanne Wilson | November 18th, 2011 Written by Joanne Wilson | November 7th, 2011 From November 15-30, Conservancy scientists Dr. Sangeeta Mangubhai and Dr. Joanne Wilson are conducting a monitoring expedition to Raja Ampat.


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