For a long time, scientists have wondered how a large number of species can live together while competing for a single, limiting resource. Why doesn’t a single species that is better at competing for the resource crowd out all the
Coral larvae depend on their parents to create nooks and crannies for them so that they can stay, settle and re-establish after a reef has been damaged, according to new findings published this week. “Storms, floods, and coral bleaching damage
Very big congratulations to our lab alumnus, Joseph Maina, who has received the prestigious ISRS World Reef Award. The award recognises Maina’s tremendous scientific and conservation achievements. Maina is now an ISRS Fellow for life and will be presenting a
Yesterday, out of the blue, I did something that I never thought I’d do. I went to Parliament House and reported on the status of the almost three-year old, continuous global mass bleaching event to a room full of politicians.
Congratulations Damaris for being awarded a Lizard Island Doctoral Fellowship. The fellowship include 100 person days at the station each year for her PhD.
Hello Dr. Mizerek! Toni’s has been officially awarded her PhD for her thesis about using species traits to understand reef coral distributions and responses to stress.
Our work with UTS monitoring Sydney Harbour’s temperate corals has found widespread recovery from the bleaching reported in April in response to cooler waters. Ongoing demography and physiological studies of the Sydney Harbour corals are providing much-needed information about how