Osmar has been awarded $18,000 (over three years) from the Sydney Institute of Marine Science for work on shifting biogeographic ranges of reef fish species.
Maina and collaborators have been awarded $150,000 from the Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association’s Marine Science for Management program to explore coral reefs and global change in the western Indian Ocean from a historical perspective.
Our 3-year Discovery Project was funded by the Australian Research Council to extend research on coral biomechanics and climate change throughout the Great Barrier Reef.
Our Interoperability Network grant was funded by the US National Science Foundation for $750,000.
Our Biological Databases & Infrastructure grant was funded by the US National Science Foundation for$600,000.
Two Ph.D. scholarships are available in the Department of Biological Sciences at Macquarie University (Sydney, Australia) for research exploring the role of physical disturbances in structuring ecological communities. The scholarships are available to both Australian and international students. Students will