Poster Program

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Poster # Paper Title Author Organisation Session/Theme
1 Biodiversity of fishes, cephalopods and crustaceans from Bear Seamount, western North Atlantic, based on exploratory trawling between 2000 and 2014. Heath Cook Integrated Statistics/Cornell University G1 Deep sea and canyon ecology
2 Identifying Spawning Behaviour and Important Areas of Yellowtail Kingfish (Seriola lalandi) in South Australia Thomas Clarke Flinders University G2 Life-history and connectivity in the ocean
3 Epiphytic carbonate production, sediment dynamics, and export from a sub-tropical seagrass carbonate factory: Moreton Bay, Queensland Mardi McNeil Queensland University Of Technology G4 Carbonate shelves: geology, oceanography and biota
4 Siliciclastic Foundations of Shelf-Edge Reefs on the Central Great Barrier Reef Dr James Daniell James Cook University G4 Carbonate shelves: geology, oceanography and biota
5 Unique bryozoan reefs in Western Port, a southern temperate embayment Dr Adrian Flynn Fathom Pacific Pty Ltd G4 Carbonate shelves: geology, oceanography and biota
6 Prey Composition, Diet and Nutritional Niche of White Sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) in New South Wales, Australia Richard Grainger The University Of Sydney G5 Estuaries and coasts
7 Long-term Acclimation of Feeding Energetics to Ocean Acidification in an Ecologically Important Sea Urchin, Heliocidaris erythrogramma, From Southeast Australia Richard Grainger The University Of Sydney S6 Linking disciplines to advance mechanistic insights of species responses to climate change
8 Monthly to Decadal Morphologic Evolution of Sheltered Beaches within an Urbanized Estuary Ryan Schosberg University Of Sydney G5 Estuaries and coasts
9 Social licence and citizen science: Potential and progress Rachel Kelly Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies G5 Estuaries and coasts
10 Otlet – an online platform for sourcing biological samples Lauren Meyer Flinders University G6 Open theme
11 Sustainable seawater purification system from the depth to the shallows built in piles and quays using the purifying functions of microorganisms and the tidal energy Dr Kazuhide Dan National Institute of Technology, Akashi College G6 Open theme
12 Low-power, Low-cost Oceanographic Drifters Dr Paul Rigby AIMS S1 Cross-shelf Exchange Processes
13 The geodiversity of the southeast Indian Ocean seafloor revealed by Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 search data Kim Picard Geoscience Australia S3 Seafloor Mapping in Australia – Progress, Discoveries, Applications
14 Application of a new genetic classification and semi-automated geomorphic mapping approach in the Perth submarine canyon, Australia Dr Rachel Nanson Geoscience Australia S4 Advances in Marine Ecological Classification
15 Species-specific behaviors dictate intensity of fish-coral interactions Tory Chase James Cook University S5 Structure and function of coral reefs in a changing world
16 Quantifying multistressor impacts of ocean warming and acidification on the sea urchin, Heliocidaris erythrogramma Mr Januar Harianto The University Of Sydney S6 Linking disciplines to advance mechanistic insights of species responses to climate change
17 Irreversible behavioural impairment of fish starts early: embryonic exposure to ocean acidification Almendra Rodriguez-Dominguez The University Of Adelaide S6 Linking disciplines to advance mechanistic insights of species responses to climate change
18 Snails know how to beat the heat: Using thermal imagery to investigate associations between intertidal ectotherms and substratum temperature Nathan Janetzki Flinders University S7 Micro- to Macro-: Connecting multi-scale climate change research in marine systems
19 Anomalous chlorophyll a events Dr Karlie McDonald CSIRO S7 Micro- to Macro-: Connecting multi-scale climate change research in marine systems
20 The role of temperature and macronutrient selection on metabolic and swimming performance of the Indo-Pacific Damselfish Claire Rowe University Of Sydney S7 Micro- to Macro-: Connecting multi-scale climate change research in marine systems
21 The invasive upside-down jellyfish Cassiopea in New South Wales Coastal Lakes: identification and distribution Claire Rowe University Of Sydney S10 Marine biosecurity in an increasingly-connected world: protecting Australia from marine
22 Taxonomy of the Dinoflagellate genus Tripos in Australian waters Ruth Eriksen CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere S8 Marine microbes as mediators of ocean processes
23 Impact of tissue type and sex in the discovery of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in rock lobsters Catarina Silva James Cook University S9 Genomics of marine organisms: contributions to ecology and evolution
24 Sizing up the crab invaders! Morphometrics for Carcinus spp. can assess population variability and assist with species identification René Campbell Flinders University S10 Marine biosecurity in an increasingly-connected world: protecting Australia from marine
25 Persistence of the Invasive European Shore Crab in Multiple Coastal Habitats Hayley Jessup-case Flinders University S10 Marine biosecurity in an increasingly-connected world: protecting Australia from marine
26 Comparing the performance of traditional and DNA methods to detect marine pests Kathryn Wiltshire SARDI Aquatic Sciences S10 Marine biosecurity in an increasingly-connected world: protecting Australia from marine
27 Marine Sampling Field Manuals for Benthic Monitoring Dr Rachel Przeslawski Geoscience Australia S11 Marine biodiversity conservation – what’s effective?
28 Turning wildlife experiences into conservation action: Can white shark cage-dive tourism influence conservation behaviour? Kirin Apps Southern Cross University S11 Marine biodiversity conservation – what’s effective?
29 The significance of Jervis Bay for humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) mother-calf groups during their southern migration Alexandra Jones The University Of Sydney S13 From sea to coast – marine mammals in a connected world
30 Social cohesion and intrapopulation community structure in southern Australian bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops sp.) Nikki Zanardo Flinders University S13 From sea to coast – marine mammals in a connected world
31 Age, growth and mortality of tailor (Pomatomus saltatrix) in eastern Australia Hayden Schilling UNSW S14 Assessing and mitigating ecosystem effects of fishing and aquaculture
32 Growth and Nutrient Utilisation of Greenlip Abalone (Haliotis laevigata) Fed Ulva sp. Protein Extract Krishna-Lee Currie Flinders University S15 Aquaculture Blue Economy
33 From production to predation in the western Tasman Sea – assessing the trophic status of the size-structured ecosystem using stable isotope analysis Lucas Kas Unsw S15 Aquaculture Blue Economy
34 Factors Affecting purging success in Pipis (Donax deltoides) Kurniawan Flinders University S15 Aquaculture Blue Economy
35 Looking Without Landing – Using Remote Piloted Aircraft (RPAs) and Citizen Science to Monitor the Prevalence of Marine Debris Entanglements in Fur Seals Rebecca McIntosh Phillip Island Nature Parks S16 Marine Debris: The world-wide pollution crisis acting on local to global scales
36 Is there something Fishy with Microplastics? Scott Wilson Macquarie University S16 Marine Debris: The world-wide pollution crisis acting on local to global scales
37 Working together on sea country Traceylee Forester AIMS Indigenous Workshop