PhD Candidates

Todd Bond

The influence of subsea infrastructure on fish and fisheries and the implications for decommissioning

Nestor Bosch

Changes in functional diversity of reef fishes within an ocean warming hotspot: implications for temperate reef resilience

Michael Brooker

Recruitment Dynamics of Western Rock Lobster: Improving Knowledge of the Juvenile Life History of Panulirus cygnus.

Anna Cresswell

Disturbance dynamics in coral reef ecosystems: heat waves, cyclones and fishing pressure at Ningaloo Reef

Jess Kolbusz

The influence of water movements on the settlement of the Western Rock Lobster (Panulirus cygnus) throughout the fishery

Jonathon Mitchell

Understanding and quantifying shark depredation in recreational fisheries of north-west Western Australia

Yannick Mulders

Functional redundancy of seaweed canopies Environments all around the world are changing under the pressure of human activities. Many temperate marine ecosystems have experienced major shifts in t...

Rob Power

Investigating natural invertebrate settlement in WA waters, the resource potential on different scales of gear and the influence of settlement behaviour

Fernanda Rolim

The effects of marine protected areas on the fish fauna in Brazil: an assessment using stereo-videos

Emma-Jade Tuffley

Determining variation in catchability of western rock lobsters (Panulirus cygnus)

Masters and Honours students

Harrison Carmody

Understanding the factors influencing shark depredation in Western Australia’s Mackerel Managed Fishery

Ash Miller

Improving estimates of natural mortality and growth rate of juvenile western rock lobsters (Panulirus cygnus) in Dongara, Western Australia.