Spatial Ecology and Telemetry Working Group Award (Roberts et al. 2010), The Wildlife Society,
Outstanding Paper in Landscape Ecology Award (Treml et al. 2008), US Regional International Association for Landscape Ecology,
Available for supervision
Google Scholar profile
https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=uDAPcB4AAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao Research interests
Quantitative marine ecology and conservation, biogeography, population connectivity, network theory, landscape ecology and geographic information science. We use a variety of tools, including spatial dynamic modelling, spatial statistics, network analysis, HPC programming, geographic information system (GIS), and remote sensing.
Potential MPhil/PhD projects
Exploring the geographic patterns in marine population connectivity and the influence on genetic and biogeographic patterns.
Metapopulation dynamics and resilience in the rocky reefs of Port Phillip Bay, Victoria.
Understanding the recruitment and persistence in Victorian abalone and rock lobster fisheries using ecological modelling and local habitat assessment.
Quantifying animal movement through habitat networks for conservation prioritisation.