Dr Katrina Proust

BA, LLB, MLitt (Syd), PhD (ANU)
Honorary Senior Lecturer, Fenner School of Environment and Society

Originally an historical archaeologist, Katrina studies the historical factors and the feedback dynamics that shape relationships between humans and our environment. With Barry Newell she has developed Collaborative Conceptual Modelling, an approach which provides a conceptual framework to support studies of social-ecological systems. She is interested in the interconnected systems that characterise relationships between human health and the environment in urban settings. 

Research interests

  • Complex human-environment systems
  • The dynamics of urban health systems in a changing environment
  • Urban issues in the Asia-Pacific region affecting population health
  • Development of Collaborative Conceptual Modelling (CCM) with Dr Barry Newell (FSES) 
  • Environmental and applied history
  • Systems thinking

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