Dr Tracey Regan is a senior scientist at the Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research within the Department of Environment, Land, Water and
Planning in Victoria. Her research focuses on applied ecology and conservation biology, specialising in ecological modelling and decision theory
to support evidence-based decision-making within the Victorian Government.
Tracey is part of a team developing spatially explicit decision support tools to inform conservation investment across Victoria. She is also working
on developing ecological models for nationally threatened species and communities to evaluate alternative management interventions. This will support
planning for allocation of offset funding to achieve the largest benefits to species and ecological communities.