Dr. Nadine Marshall


Dr. Marshall currently leads the Northern Australian chapter of the Social and Economic Sciences Program at CSIRO, and manages a portfolio of projects across a range of primary industries, including cattle grazing, farming, tourism and commercial fishing as well as coastal communities along the Great Barrier Reef. Her research focuses on the relationship between people and natural resources for the purposes of better understanding how strategies can be developed that protect environmental goals whilst minimising any associated social impacts. Key interests include social resilience, adaptive capacity, resource dependency, vulnerability and social and economic monitoring. Nadine’s current projects include leading the Social and Economic Long Term Monitoring Program, and other projects that focus on climate change adaptation.