Kelsey Sanborn

Kelsey is a Natural Hazard and Spatial Analyst with expertise in mapping a range of terrestrial and marine environments. Kelsey holds a Bachelor of Science in Geology and Environmental Science from Tufts University (Boston, USA), and a first-class honours and PhD in Geology from the University of Sydney. Her PhD involved investigating the response and development of past coral reef systems to climate change.

Kelsey has worked on a range of flooding and natural hazards projects. Kelsey brings extensive experience in analysing spatial data, performing satellite imagery time series analyses, and interpreting mapped environmental indicators.

Kelsey has taught master’s and undergraduate level courses on GIS, coastal management, and geological sciences at the University of Sydney. She has published multiple research articles on past sea-level change and coral reef development and has won several awards for presentations of her research topics at international scientific conferences.

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