Angela Guerrero is an interdisciplinary scientist leading research in the field of environmental governance. She applies complex systems science, networks, and social science methods to investigate and evaluate environmental governance in complex social-ecological systems. Her current research is focused on understanding how collaboration, social and trade networks influence the behaviour of natural resource users, and the performance of management actors. She works across a variety of settings including in farming systems, conservation areas, and crisis response settings such as wildfires and floods. She focuses on understanding the interactions, processes, and interdependencies that influence outcomes in these systems. Therefore, she applies methods that enable their conceptualisation and analysis, such as network models combined with spatio-temporal datasets and surveys, and qualitative methods – including semi-structured interviews, thematic analysis and causal loop diagrams. She also uses mental model elicitation methods, and integrates dynamic models and policy analysis drawing on collaborators expertise in these areas.