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Pam Wilson

Pam Wilson is a Research Assistant with the Geosciences section of the Queensland Museum.  She holds a Bachelor of Environmental Science (Biodiversity Conservation) from the University of New England in NSW.

Pam Wilson

Prior to her employment with the Museum Pam worked as a Project Officer for the Northern Tablelands Dung Beetle Express and currently holds the honorary position of Secretary to the Australia wide organisation, Dung beetles for Landcare Farming. In 2005 Pam received a Churchill Fellowship enabling her to travel to South Africa to study the effects of grazing management on dung beetle populations.

Pam moved to Queensland in 2008 and commenced employment with the QLD Museum as temporary Assistant Collections Manager and was later appointed as a Research Assistant working with Dr. Scott Hocknull.

Pam has a keen interest in the diversity of Australia's fauna and flora and believes that studying past assemblages can help identify key factors which will impact on the future.


Research Assistant, Geosciences Program


Bachelor of Environmental Science

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