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Marine & freshwater ecology & fish biology

Dive into research with the Gillanders Aquatic Ecology Group and contribute to research in freshwater, estuarine and marine waters focusing on fish, cephalopods and environmental issues.

Projects are available in the areas of:

  • Plastics in marine and terrestrial environments
  • Cumulative impacts in marine and freshwater systems
  • Ecological and environmental change using calcified structures of organisms
  • Population structure and connectivity of fish populations
  • Cephalopod biology, ecology and fisheries
  • Impacts of coastal management activities on carbon storage in mangrove and saltmarsh
    (Co-supervisor Professor Michelle Waycott)


Professor Bronwyn Gillanders

Co-supervisorDr Alice Jones | Dr Samantha Munroe

Research area: Marine and freshwater ecology; fish biology 

Recommended honours enrolment: Honours in Ecology and Environmental Science

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