Research Fellow in Marine Science, Griffith University
I have graduated in Environmental Sciences at the University of Lueneburg, Germany. After my graduation in 2002, I worked on atmospheric models at the Institute of Coastal Research in Geestacht, Germany and later co-ordinated scientific panel meetings for the European Food Safety Authority until 2004. I started my PhD at Griffith University in June 2004 on the relationship between fish harvest and environmental drivers. During my research I developed advanced short and long term tagging methods for estuarine fish. Since 2008 I am Research Fellow and Adjunct with the Australian Rivers Institute and Griffith Centre for Coastal Management. I am the co-founder and leading scientist of Humpbacks & High-rises - a not for profit research organisation dedicated to urban marine mammal research and protection.
Apr 04, 2021 10:12 am UTC| Nature
The resurgence in humpback whale populations over the past five decades is hailed as one of the great success stories of global conservation. And right now, the federal Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment...