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Creating resources on how to interact with sea snakes

Dr Kate Sanders during her field research. Inset: an olive sea snake (Aipysurus laevis) at Scott Reef in the Timor Sea

This honours project combines science communication and education with marine biology and wildlife conservation.

You will engage with government and industry partners to develop training and communication materials for commercial fishing crews that interact with venomous sea snakes.

Contact the project supervisor for more information. This project will not involve handling snakes.

Photos: Dr Kate Sanders during her field research. Inset: An olive sea snake (Aipysurus laevis) at Scott Reef in the Timor Sea.


 

Kate Sanders

Supervisors

Dr Kate Sanders

Co-supervisors: External partners in government and industry

Research area: School of Biological Sciences and Environment Institute

Recommended honours enrolment: Honours in Science Communication

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