Tag Archives: Secure Planet

Diego Barneche Rosado

Reef Fish and Energy Use

Modelling ecological phenomena on the basis of energy and materials available in the environment provides a deeper understanding of the environmental constraints to life. Reef fishes represent the most species-rich group of vetebrates and occupy diverse habitats that vary substantially in temperature across the globe.

Photo: P. Harmsen, MNF 2015

Trialling the new Marine National Facility

Dr Leanne Armand (Dept. Biological Sciences) and A/Prof. Kelsie Dadd (Dept. Earth and Planetary Sciences) have just returned from the East Coast of Tasmania where they participated on a 5 day “Geosciences” trial voyage on the new Marine National Facility.

Image courtesy of Rob Harcourt

Law of the Sea

Professor Natalie Klein was an invited member of the Sydney Panel of International Legal Experts on Japanese Whaling, which advised the International Fund for Animal Welfare on dispute settlement options in relation to Japan’s scientific whaling program in Antarctica.

Early Career Researcher of the Year Award – Science & Engineering (2014 Award Winner)

Coral reefs worldwide are threatened by many impacts. Many are large, remote, and difficult to monitor, limiting our ability to assess reef health. By integrating remote sensing technology with behavioural theory, Dr Elizabeth Madin is developing a novel method of using satellite imagery to remotely monitor reef health.