PAMELA CARES DEEPLY ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENT AND BRINGS THIS PASSION TO EACH AND EVERY ONE OF HER PROJECTS
Since joining 4Sight in February 2015, Pamela has been involved in a wide range of projects monitoring and surveying various different species in their respective environments.
That being said, she does have specialist skills in monitoring New Zealand flora and fauna – particularly in freshwater and marine environments. She is often involved in every step of a project – from design to reporting and has experience working with a range of different species including bats, fish and marine animals.
Pamela has worked on a range of scientific projects over the years, and has extensive knowledge and practical experience in survey techniques, implications of recruitment variability, ecology and the management of threatened species.
She recently completed a Master's in Marine Science with First Class Honours at the University of Auckland, where she investigated the catchability of New Zealand's rock lobster. She also assisted in a range of other fieldwork projects including fish surveys, scallop collection and camera deployments on top of completing her thesis.