TAG: Marine Biology Program
What do we really know about the Giant Australian Cuttlefish? A recent dramatic decline and then rapid recovery of numbers of cuttlefish aggregating near Whyalla has sparked off new investigations. Professor Bronwyn Gillanders will present some of the scientific detective work that she and her team have done to unravel some of the species’ enigmatic […]
New research in to Reef Perch fish earbones led by Dr Gretchen Grammar from the Southern Seas Laboratory, with contributions from Christopher Izzo and Bronwyn Gillanders. The new study published in Ecological Monographs investigates whether the elements found in the hard structural components of fish an tell us about the fish’s environment. This paper was produced in collaboration […]
A big congratulations to Morgan Disspain who has been awarded the University Doctoral Research Medal ahead of the graduation ceremony later this month. During her Ph.D Morgan investigated information that could be obtained from archaeological otoliths and how reliable this information may be as a palaeoenvironmental record. Congratulations Morgan!
The School of Earth & Environmental Sciences and the Environment Institute present a seminar by Professor Stephen J. Hawkins from the University of Southampton in the UK, where he is the Dean of the Faculty of Natural and Environmental Sciences & Professor of Natural Sciences. The Seminar is entitled “100 years of observations from the […]
New Paper: Dispersal Patterns of Coastal Fish: Implications for Designing Networks of Marine Protected Areas
A new paper involving Environment Institute member Bronwyn Gillanders, Director of the Marine Biology Program, as well as Antonio Di Franco, Giuseppe De Benedetto, Antonio Pennetta, Paolo Guidetti all from the University of Salento, Italy and Giulio A. De Leo from the University of Parma, Italy has recently been published in the Journal PLoS ONE. […]
Congratulations to Bronwyn Gillanders of the Environment Institute for her recent promotion to Professor. Bronwyn was recognised for her contribution and achievements to research and teaching within the University. Bronwyn Gillanders is the Director of the Marine Biology Program at The Environment Institute. Bronwyn’s research focuses on aquatic ecology, with particular emphasis on fish and […]