Dr Suzanne Hollins
Senior Research Scientist
Role at ANSTO
Dr Suzanne Hollins is a Senior Research Scientist in the Institute for Environmental Research. She is currently the Project Leader of the Isotopes for Water project, which undertakes research applying isotopic and nuclear techniques to provide scientific knowledge that underpins effective management of groundwater and rivers, freshwater ecosystems, and the human activities that affect them.
Dr Hollins is currently involved in a variety of projects throughout Australia, including looking at the impacts of water management on freshwater wetlands, groundwater sustainability, connectivity between surface and groundwater, and the use of stable water isotopes to understand hydrological and climate processes.
Qualifications & Achievements
- Postdoctoral Research Fellow, ANSTO Institute for Environmental Research – 2001-4
- PhD (Hydrology and transport processes in mangroves), James Cook University, Australia – 2002
- BSc (Hons), James Cook University, Australia – 1996
Isotope Hydrology, Wetland Eco-Hydrology, Sediment Transport and Coastal Processes, Surface Water-Groundwater Interactions, Geochronology.