Parasites of hammerhead sharks in Australian and Indonesian waters
Parasites of tropical marine fish across northern Australia
Parasite taxonomist and ecologist with experience in a wide range of host types.
PhD Zoology (JCU)
Membership of key national committees
Hammerhead sharks have declined in number by more than 90% in parts of world, and their conservation is high on the global agenda. In Australia, three hammerhead species are being considered for listing under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.
A new Marine Biodiversity Hub project is supporting the listing process by investigating the sharks’ population structure in Australian and neighbouring nations. Where appropriate, the project will work with...