Fleur Maseyk

Project Team Member
The University of Queensland

Fleur Maseyk works at the interface of science and policy in the applied areas of natural resource management and biodiversity conservation.

Her key areas of interest are ecosystem services, biodiversity policy, and biodiversity offsetting with a current focus on how using a natural capital stock focused ecosystem services approach can be used to understand how management actions influence ecosystem function, and thus the provision of ecosystem services and conservation outcomes.

How much benefit do we get from ‘protection’? Guidance for biodiversity offsetting
Better offsets for threatened species
Guidance for deriving ‘Risk of Loss’ estimates when evaluating biodiversity offset proposals under the EPBC Act
Threatened Species Recovery Hub
Taming a Wicked Problem: Resolving Controversies in Biodiversity Offsetting