Research in the field of fisheries sciences from the Faculty of Science, University of Melbourne.
Robert Day Dynamics of fisheries populations, especially abalone, abalone aquaculture, fisheries biology of chondrichthyans (sharks and their relatives), effects of ocean acidification on marine organisms.
Tim Dempster Basic ecological research in marine environments, to ensure fishing, aquaculture and other anthropogenic practices are developed and conducted sustainably.
Greg Jenkins Aquatic and fisheries ecology, including fish eggs and larvae, recruitment, feeding, growth, movement, and supporting habitats such as seagrass.
John Morrongiello Working in marine and freshwater systems to investigate how aquatic organisms, primarily fish, respond to environmental changes on contemporary and evolutionary time scales.
Nicholas Robinson Genetic improvement of livestock and aquaculture species with a focus on design of genetic improvement programs, molecular genetics, gene mapping, genomics and epigenetics.
Elisabeth Strain Human impacts and management solutions for coastal and marine ecosystems.
Steve Swearer The ecological processes that occur in early life, influencing the dynamics of fish populations, with a focus on the primary causes of extinction risk in fishes and coastal marine ecosystems.
National Centre for Coasts and Climate (NCCC)
Working to identify the best ways of addressing climate change impacts in Australian coastal ecosystems.
ARC CoE for Environmental Decisions
Environmental science, policy and management across Australia and around the world, by solving complex problems of environmental management and monitoring in a rapidly changing and uncertain world.
Environmental Microbiology Research Initiative
How environmental microorganisms influence ecosystem and human health, change the chemistry of the planet, respond to impacts of industrial contamination and climate change, and new biotechnologies.
Research in this area is conducted in the School of BioSciences.