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New paper investigating whale shark populations

A new paper involving Environment Institute members Ana Sequeira, Camille Mellin (also Australian Institute of Marine Science) and Corey Bradshaw (also SARDI) as well as Mark Meekan (Australian Institute of Marine Science) and David Sims (Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom) has recently been published in the Journal of Fish Biology. The paper titled […]

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New Paper: Population biology and vulnerability to fishing of deep-water Eteline snappers

A new paper involving Environment Institute members Kim Loeun (also ADECAL), Camille Mellin (also Australian Institute of Marine Science) and Corey Bradshaw (also SARDI), as well as A.J Williams (Oceanic Fisheries Programme), S.J Nicol (Oceanic Fisheries Programme), P. Chavance (ADECAL), M. Ducrocq (ADECAL), S.J Harley (Oceanic Fisheries Programme), G.M Pilling (Oceanic Fisheries Programme) and V. […]

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New Paper: Predicting the Distribution of Commercially Important Invertebrate Stocks under Future Climate

A new paper involving Environment Institute members Bayden Russell, Sean Connell, Camille Mellin (also Australian Institute of Marine Science), Barry Brook, Owen Burnell and Damien Fordham has recently been published in the journal PLOS One. The journal titled ‘Predicting the Distribution of Commercially Important Invertebrate Stocks under Future Climate’ projected the future distribution and numbers […]

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New Paper: A rapid, efficient, and low-cost way to measure marine biodiversity

A new paper titled ‘Multi-scale marine biodiversity patterns inferred efficiently from habitat image processing‘ outlines a rapid, efficient, and low-cost way to measure species diversity through digital habitat images that require little image processing or interpretation. Using this system marine life can potentially be examined in a much simpler fashion. The paper involves Environment Institute […]

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