Recent Past Students – PhD

  • April Hall (nee) Boaden (2016) – Top-down control, trophic interactions, and the importance of predatory fishes on coral reefs.
  • Christopher Mooney  (2014)  – Statoliths of cubozoan jellyfishes: their utility to discriminate taxa and elucidate population ecology
  • Michelle Templeman  (2012) – Investigating the potential of jellyfishes as marine biomonitors and bioindicators of metal pollution
  • Luiz-Felipe Mendes-de Gusmao  (2010) – Secondary production of copepods in areas of upwelling on and near the GBR
  • Rowan Chick  (2010) – Re-seeding for the enhancement of abalone stocks in NSW
  • Mike Cappo  (2010) – The ecology and fisheries of inter-reefal fishes
  • Belinda Curley  (2008) – Estimating dispersal and population connectivity for temperate fishes at multiple spatial scales

Recent Past Students – Honours

  • Hartog-Burnett, Kynan (2015) – Population structure of tropical clupeids
  • Woods, Emma (2015) Interrelationships between reef fishes and soft corals
  • Jodie Schlaefer (2014) – Predicting recruitment of tropical snapper from oceanographic modelling
  • Epstein, Hannah (2012-2013) Elemental chemistry of jellyfish
  • Boaden, April (2010-2011) Ecology of nemipterids
  • Hopf, Jessica (2011) Age and growth of jellyfishes
  • Gerard, Emily  (2010) Early history of damselfish
  • Woodcock, Emma (2010) Age and growth of tropical clupeids