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Jaya Kelvin

PhD Candidate

Education:

Postgraduate Research Scholarship- Deakin University, Australia (2018)


NF-POGO CofE Postgraduate Fellowship- Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany (2016)


BSc in Marine Science- Padjadjaran University, Indonesia (2015)


Adibakti Mina Bahari Award from Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Indonesia (2014)


German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Research Scholarship (2013)

 

Biography and research interests:

 

Jaya's PhD research is the coastal protection services provided by coastal ecosystems in Southeastern Australia

Jaya’s PhD thesis is to develop local valuations of wetland ecosystems services on coastal protection in southeastern Australia. His proposed research means to quantify the benefits people gain from natural systems, by evaluating the impacts of wetland ecosystems to attenuate the incoming waves generated by storms or typhoon, reduce the flooding impacts, and maintain shoreline elevation. He will use several approaches that include field observation and monitoring, numerical model, and physical model.

Supervisory team: A/Prof. Peter Macreadie, Dr. Emily Nicholson, A/Prof. Daniel Ierodiaconou, Dr. Paul Carnell, Dr. Clare Duncan

Funding: ARC Linkage grant & Deakin University
 

Email: jkelvin@deakin.edu.au
Twitter: https://twitter.com/jayakelvin
Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jaya_Kelvin3
Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/jayakelvin

Research Highlights:

2008 - Researcher on NOAA's search for deepwater caves in Bermuda

2005 - 2014 - Processing supervisor at Seafloor Mapping Lab at Claifornia State University at Monterey Bay