Dr. Jie-Lian Beh is an environmental scientist with over 10 years experience in applied environmental research. Jie-Lian has worked in academic research, education, government and private sectors. She has diverse experience across several subject areas including site assessment and remediation, soil science, geographical information systems, climate change adaptation, analytical chemistry and forestry.
At Murrang Earth Sciences, Jie-Lian applies her experience to solving
Beh, J, Kanowski, P.J., Greene, R.S.B. & Brack, C.L. (2016) Predicting soil depth using simple ground-based measurements of stem shape and taper in the butt swell section of individual Pinus radiata trees, Australian Forestry, 79 (2), pp. 114–121.
Webb, R., Rissik, D., Petheram, L., Beh, J., & Stafford Smith, M. (2018) Co-designing adaptation decision support: meeting common and differentiated needs, Climatic Change.
Webb, R. & Beh, J. (2013) Leading adaptation practices and support strategies for Australia: An international and Australian review of products and tools, National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast, 105 pp.