Tempe Adams

Dr Tempe Adams is the research coordinator for Botswana-based wildlife NGO Elephants Without Borders (EWB). She obtained her PhD exploring ways of enabling human–elephant coexistence in Botswana through the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, in 2017. She leads the human–elephant coexistence component of EWB’s research program, working towards finding sustainable, effective, low costs and low input ways for humans and elephants to coexist. Her previously research includes studies on Antarctic marine mammals including blue whales and leopard seals with the use of acoustic vocalizations in creating accurate population estimates off the southern coast of Australia.