Megan completed her Bachelor of Science degree at James Cook University in 2016, majoring in Ecology and Conservation, and Geography, and was awarded an Academic Medal (Bachelor Coursework) for her achievement. During her time at NRA, Megan has undertaken Environmental Assessments for a range of projects including: Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems field verification and impact/mitigation evaluation; Review of Environmental Factors assessment and report to determine project opportunities/constraints and mitigation recommendations; mine rehabilitation monitoring to assess Environmental Authority completion criteria; and rehabilitation planning and implementation consultation. Through her academic and professional experience, Megan has gained skills in Regional Ecosystem assessment, BioCondition assessment, quantitative scientific methods, flora taxonomy surveys, vegetation management (including targeted weed management), natural area restoration planning and implementation, and GIS spatial analysis. She has been involved in flora survey projects with the Australian Tropical Herbarium, James Cook University, and Melbourne University. Megan has assisted restoration and rehabilitation projects at Cattana Wetlands, East Trinity Reserve, Peterson Creek Yungaburra, Holloways Beach, Freshwater Creek (Glenoma Park), Barron Gorge National Park (Speewah), Cedar Bay National Park, and Mount Whitfield Conservation Park.