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Craig Lawrence

Adj/A/Prof Craig Lawrence

Adjunct Associate Professor
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The University of Western Australia (M085)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Australia
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+61 8 9246 8415
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craig.lawrence@uwa.edu.au

Senior Research Scientist (Aquaculture)
Agriculture and Environment, School of

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Address
School of Agriculture and Environment
The University of Western Australia (M085)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Australia
Phone
+61 8 9284 0937
Email
craig.lawrence@uwa.edu.au
Biography
I have spent the past 20 years employed in government, university and private sector developing and managing research projects in aquaculture, captive breeding programs to conserve endangered fish species, restocking and stock enhancement programs.

In my spare time as an Adjunct Assoc. Prof. with UWA I like to work with bright, passionate research students.
Key research
Reproduction, aquaculture, captive breeding programs for endangered species, aquatic biodiversity & conservation, integrated aquaponics systems, design and operation of large scale aquaculture systems.
Publications
PUBLICATIONS
Refereed Journal Articles, Books, Book chapters
Lawrence, C.S. (1995) What is translocation.? In Prokop, F. (Ed) Translocation issues in Western Australia. Proceedings of Translocation Seminar - Sorrento Quay 26-27th September 1994. Fisheries Management Paper No.83, 3-11. (ISSN 0819 4327)
Lawrence, C.S. (1996) Aquaculture options for saline land. Productive Use and Rehabilitation of saline Lands, 4th National Conference and Workshop on the Productive Use and Rehabilitation of Saline Lands. Albany 25-30 March 1996, 359-366. (ISBN 186308 046 5)
Lawrence, C.S. (1998) Marron. In Hyde, K. (Ed) The new rural industries - A handbook for farmers and investors, 114-119. (ISBN 0 642 24690 4)
Lawrence, C.S. (1998) Yabbies. In Hyde, K. (Ed) The new rural industries - A handbook for farmers and investors, 147-152. (ISBN 0 642 24690 4)
Lawrence, C.S., Williams, I.H., Vercoe, P.E. and Morrissy, N.M. (1999) Growth rates of yabby strains. Proceedings of the Association for the Advancement of Animal Breeding and Genetics Vol. 13, 480-483.
Lawrence, C.S. and Morrissy, N.M. (2000). Genetic improvement of marron (Cherax tenuimanus Smith) and yabbies (Cherax spp.) in Western Australia. Aquaculture Research 31, 69-83.
Lawrence, C.S., Cheng, Y.W., Morrissy, N.M. and Williams I. H. (2000). A comparison of mixed sex vs. monosex growout and different diets on the growth rate of freshwater crayfish, (Cherax albidus). Aquaculture 185, 281-289.
Lawrence, C.S., Morrissy, N.M, Vercoe, P.E. and Williams I.H. (2000). Hybridisation in freshwater crayfish - production of all male progeny. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 31, 651-658.
Lawrence, C.S. and Morrissy, N.M. (2000) Yabby farming - Frequently asked questions. Fisheries Western Australia. 56p. (ISBN 0 7309 1840 8)
Jones, B.J and Lawrence, C.S. (2001). Diseases of yabbies (Cherax albidus) in Western Australia Aquaculture 194, 221-232.
Lawrence, C.S. and Jones, C. (2001). Cherax. In Holdich, D. M. (Ed) Biology of Freshwater Crayfish. Blackwell Science, Oxford. 635-670. (ISBN 0-632-05431-X).
Lawrence,C.S., Morrissy, N.M.,Vercoe, P.E., Williams, I.H. and Cheng, Y.W. (2002) Physical, chemical and biological variation among freshwater crayfish (Cherax albidus Clark 1936) research ponds. Journal of Shellfish Research 21, 273-278.
Lawrence, C.S. and Whisson, G. (2002) Translocations of Aquatic Organisms in Western Australia: History and Associated Impacts. In UNESCO – EOLSS Joint Committee (Eds) Encyclopaedia of Life Support Systems. Section 1.67.8.42. Control and eradication of invasive aquatic invertebrates. UNESCO Paris, 26p.
Lawrence, C.S., Brown, J.I. and Bellanger, J.E. (2002). Morphology and incidence of yabby (Cherax albidus Clark) burrows in Western Australian farm dams. Freshwater Crayfish 13, 253-264.
Lawrence, C.S., Morrissy N.M., Vercoe P.E. and Williams, I.H. (2002). Cherax of south eastern and central Australia Part I : A review of the taxonomy and distribution of Cherax in SE and central Australia. Freshwater Crayfish 13, 555-569.
Lawrence, C.S., Morrissy N.M., Vercoe P.E. and Williams, I.H. (2002). Cherax of south eastern and central Australia Part II: Habitat variation among Cherax in SE and central Australia. Freshwater Crayfish 13, 570-583.
Cheng, Y.W., Lawrence, C.S., Morrissy, N.M. and Bellanger, J.E. (2002). The statistical correlations and implied causal relationships between physical, chemical and biological parameters and yabby (Cherax albidus) production in Western Australian farm dams. Freshwater Crayfish 13, 67-79.
Lawrence, C.S. (2004) All-Male Hybrid (Cherax albidus x Cherax rotundus) yabbies grow faster than mixed sex (C. albidus x C. albidus) yabbies. Aquaculture 236, 211-220.
Cheng, Y.W and Lawrence C.S (2004) Estimating the parameters of the statistical upper bound of dry hepatopancreas weight of yabbies by the EM1 algorithm. Far East Journal of Theoretical Statistics. 13.
Lawrence, C.S., Morrissy, N.M., Williams, I.H and Vercoe P.E (2006) Harvesting freshwater crayfish (Cherax albidus Clark) by trapping contributes to high densities and stunted animals - A preliminary population model. Freshwater Crayfish 15. 56-62. ISBN 978-0-9581424-6-5
Lawrence, C.S., Morrissy, N.M., Vercoe P.E and Williams, I.H (2006) Cherax of south-eastern and central Australia. Part III: Differences in growth rate, size at sexual maturity and sex ratio. Freshwater Crayfish 15. 24-35. ISBN 978-0-9581424-6-5
Lawrence, C.S., Cassells, G., How, S. and Bird, C. (2006) The effect of size grading of juveniles and refuge density upon marron (Cherax tenuimanus Smith) production in commercial ponds. Freshwater Crayfish 15. 69-78. ISBN 978-0-9581424-6-5
Molony, B.W., Jones, B., Lawrence, C.S. and Gouteff, V.A., 2006. Cherax tenuimanus Smith, 1912 (Crustacea, Decapoda, PARASTACIDAE): proposed conservation of usage of the specific name Case 3267. The Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature. 63(4). December 2006, 231-235.
De Graaf, M., Lawrence, C.S. and Vercoe, P.E (2009) Rapid replacement of the critically endangered hairy marron by the introduced smooth marron (Decapoda parastacidae) in the Margaret River (Western Australia). Crustaceana 85, 1469-1476.

Peer Reviewed Research Reports
Lawrence, C.S. (1993) The introduction and translocation of fish crustaceans and molluscs in Western Australia. Fisheries Management paper No. 58. Fisheries Department of Western Australia, 36p. (ISSN 0819 4327)
Lawrence, C.S. (1995) A Review of Aquaculture Development in Environments Relevant to Western Australia. Fisheries Research Report No.102. Fisheries Department of Western Australia. 31p. (ISBN 0 7309 1832 7)
Lawrence, C.S., Morrissy, N.M., Bellanger, J. and Cheng, Y.W. (1998) Final Report FRDC Project 94/75 : Enhancement of commercial yabby production from Western Australian farm dams. Fisheries Research Report No. 112. 134p.(ISBN 0 7309 1984 6)
Lawrence,C.S., Brown J.I and Bellanger, J.E. (2001) Morphology and incidence of yabby (Cherax albidus) burrows in Western Australia. Fisheries Research Contract Report No. 129. Department of Fisheries, Western Australia. 26 p.
Lawrence, C.S., Cheng Y.W., Bellanger, J. E., Cole, N. M and Seidel, S.T. (2002) Feeding and management practices to enhance yabby (Cherax albidus Clark 1936) production from farm dams. Final report FRDC Project No. 1997/319. Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, Canberra. 213 p.
Lawrence, C.S., Cheng, Y.W., Bellanger, J.E., & Maguire, G.B. (2004) Feeding and management practices to enhance yabby (Cherax albidus Clark 1936) production from farm dams. Final report for FRDC Project No. 1997/319 (Updated 2004). Fisheries Research Contract Report No. 1. Department of Fisheries Western Australia. 118 p.
Lawrence, C.S. (2005) Yabby hybrid growout experiment FRDC Project 97/319.02. Fisheries Research Contract Report No. 11. Department of Fisheries, Western Australia. 56 p.
Lawrence, C.S. (2007) Improved performance of marron using genetic and pond management strategies. Final Report FRDC Project 2000/215. Fisheries Research Contract Report No. 17. Department of Fisheries Western Australia. 177 p.
Lawrence,C.S., Hugh,C., Larsen,R., Ledger, J. and Vercoe,P. (2010) Aquatic fauna – Biological survey Ten Mile brook dam Margaret River. Fisheries Research Contract Report No. 22. Department of Fisheries, Western Australia. 16 p.
Melville-Smith,R., Larsen,R., de Graaf,M. and Lawrence, C.S. (2010) WA Native Fish Strategy: Freshwater fish distribution database and website. Prepared for: Natural Resource Management (NRM) office. NRM Project No. 063059. Fisheries Research Report No. 204. Department of Fisheries, Western Australia. 40 p.
Conference Papers
Lawrence, C.S. (1993) Tropical aquaculture - overseas experiences. Aquaculture in the Kimberley. Tropical Aquaculture Association, 73-83.
Lawrence, C.S. (1994) Current status of snapper farming around the world. Jurien Bay Snapper Cage Culture Seminar. Fisheries Department of Western Australia and Western Australian Fishing and Aquaculture Centre, 5-10.
Lawrence, C.S. and Hine, M. (1994) . Growout and disease monitoring requirements for Jurien Bay. Jurien Bay Snapper Cage Culture Seminar. Fisheries Department of Western Australia and Western Australian Fishing and Aquaculture Centre, 24
Lawrence, C.S. (1994) Enhancing productivity. In Batt, P. (Ed) Situation analysis Western Australian yabbie industry. Department of Primary Industries and Energy Agribusiness Program, 67-71.
Lawrence, C.S. (1995) First results of the Avondale yabbie production research experiments. In Batt, P. (Ed) How the yabbie producers association can collectively enhance the production of good quality yabbies in WA. DPI, ACWA and Curtin University, 5-14
Lawrence, C.S. (1996) Results of the Avondale yabbie production research experiments. In Batt, P. (Ed) Yabbie Producers Association of WA (Inc) Setting R&D Directions for the industry. 24 Oct 1996, 6-8.
Lawrence, C.S. (1997) Western Australian Fisheries Department Yabby Research (1997)
Avondale Research Station Field Day 1997, 5-8.
Lawrence, C.S. (2000) Recent developments in yabby research. In Lawrence, C.S. & Whisson G. (Eds) Australian Crayfish Aquaculture Workshop Proceedings. International Association of Astacology, Curtin University, Perth, Australia, 26-33.
Lawrence, C.S. (2001) The WA yabby experience Proceedings Aqua Conference 2001, Dubbo NSW. 7-8
Lawrence, C.S. (2001) From the farm dam to market: trapping, holding and purging yabbies Proceedings Aqua Conference 2001, Dubbo NSW.21-22.
Lawrence, C.S. (2001) WA Fisheries Research Results Proceedings Aqua Conference 2001, Dubbo NSW. 31-36.
Lawrence, C.S, Bellanger, J. & Maguire, G. (2001) Research and Development Schedule (Yabby Producers Association R & D Review Meeting), 2nd March 2001. Fisheries WA, Perth, 15 pp.
Lawrence, C.S, Maguire, G., Cassells, G. & Jones, B. (2001) Proceedings Marron Farming Open Day, Pemberton, Sunday 24th Feb 2001. Fisheries WA, 15 pp.
Lawrence, C.S. (2002) Margaret River marron: Morphology and hybrids. In Molony, B (ed) Scientific workshop on the Margaret River marron. Department of Fisheries, Fisheries Occasional Publications No. 2, 20-23.
Lawrence, C.S. (2004) All-male hybrid (Cherax albidus x Cherax rotundus) yabbies grow faster than mixed sex (C. albidus x C. albidus) yabbies. World Aquaculture Society. Hawaii
Lawrence, C. (2010) Saving native fish from extinction: Threatening processes and issues – Why bother? Proceedings 13th International River Symposium, Perth Western Australia. 35 pp
Hugh, C., de Graaf,M. and Lawrence,C. (2010) Saving the Margaret River hairy marron from extinction. Proceedings 13th International River Symposium, Perth Western Australia. 13 pp
Larsen, R. de Graaf, M. and Lawrence, C. (2010) WA native fish strategy: Freshwater distribution database and website. Proceedings 13th International River Symposium, Perth Western Australia. 16 pp

Conference Abstracts
Lawrence, C.S. (1994) Rock lobster husbandry. Fremantle Fishermen's Cooperative Rock Lobster Handling Workshop 20 July 1994, 6-8.
Lawrence, C.S. (1996) Farming of freshwater crayfish, Cherax albidus, in Western Australian farm dams. World Aquaculture ’96 Book of Abstracts 217.
Lawrence, C.S. (1996) Reproduction and spawning of the Western Australian seahorse Hippocampus angustus under controlled conditions. World Aquaculture ’96 Book of Abstracts, 216.
Lawrence, C.S., Bellanger, J.E. and Morrissy, N.M. (1999) The use of calcium nitrate to increase dissolved oxygen levels in ponds. World Aquaculture ‘99 Book of Abstracts, 66.
Lawrence, C.S., Morrissy, N.M, Bellanger, J.E. and Cheng, Y.W. (1999) Hybrid production and growth of monosex yabbies. World Aquaculture ‘99 Book of Abstracts, 67.
Lawrence, C.S. (2001) The gap between research and industry application – The WA yabby experience. AQUATECH 2001 National aquaculture Technical Training ConferenceProceedings.22-23.
Lawrence, C.S. (2003) Building a Better Yabby: Improving the viability of yabby farming in regional Western Australia by breeding sterile all-males. 2002 Premier’s Awards for Excellence in Public Sector Management Category: Innovation Making Excellence Happen Forum 1-11.


Technical Reports
Evans, L.H. and Lawrence, C.S. (1991) Rural education in aquaculture production (REAP) program. Final report, 20 pp.
Lawrence, C.S. (1994) Enhancement of yabbie production from Western Australian farm dams. Aquainfo No.3, 8p.
Morrissy, N.M and Lawrence, C.S. (1994) Enhancement of yabbie production from Western Australian farm dams. Avondale Research Station 1924-1994. Department of Agriculture, 3-4.
Lawrence, C.S. (1995) Pink snapper (Pagrus auratus). Aquaculture WA No.1. 4p. (ISSN 1323 8442)
Lawrence, C.S. (1995) Marron (Cherax tenuimanus). Aquaculture WA No.2. 4p. . (ISSN 1323 8442)
Lawrence, C.S. (1995) Rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). and Brown trout (Salmo trutta). Aquaculture WA No.3. 4p. . (ISSN 1323 8442)
Lawrence, C.S. (1995) Yabbies (Cherax albidus). Aquaculture WA No.4. 4p. . (ISSN 1323 8442)
Lawrence, C.S. (1995) Blue Mussel (Mytilus edulis). Aquaculture WA No.5. 4p. . (ISSN 1323 8442)
Lawrence, C.S. (1995) Silver Perch (Bidyanus bidyanus). Aquaculture WA No.6. 4p. . (ISSN 1323 8442)
Lawrence, C.S. (1995) Abalone - Roe's Abalone (Haliotis roei), Greenlip Abalone (Haliotis laevigata), Brownlip Abalone (Haliotis conicopora). Aquaculture WA No.7. 4p. . (ISSN 1323 8442)
Lawrence, C.S. (1995) Trochus (Tectus niloticus). Aquaculture WA No.8. 4p. . (ISSN 1323 8442)
Lawrence, C.S. (1995) Barramundi (Lates calcarifer). Aquaculture WA No.9. 4p. . (ISSN 1323 8442)
Lawrence, C.S. (1995) Black Bream (Acanthopagrus butcheri). Aquaculture WA No.10. 4p. . (ISSN 1323 8442)
Lawrence, C.S. (1998) Marron - Centre for New Industries Development. Agriculture Western Australia. 6p.
Lawrence, C.S. (1998) Yabbies - Centre for New Industries Development. Agriculture Western Australia. 6p.
Lawrence, C.S. (1999) Freshwater crayfish research in Australia : Industry priorities and research directions. Meeting proceedings World Aquaculture Society 1999. Sydney Convention Centre. Fisheries WA. 36p.
Maguire, G., Cassells, G. and Lawrence, C.S. (1999) Farming marron. Aquaculture WA No. 2. Rev. Ed. 8p. (ISSN 1323 8442)
Molony, B., Lawrence, C.S. and Maguire, G. (1999) Farming trout. Aquaculture WA No. 3. Rev. Ed. 8p. (ISSN 1323 8442)
Lawrence, C.S. and Maguire, G. (1999) Farming yabbies. Aquaculture WA No. 4. Rev. Ed. 8p. (ISSN 1323 8442)
Maguire, G., Sarre, G., Lawrence, C.S., Lee, C. and Wingfield, M. (1999) Farming black bream. Aquaculture WA No.10. Rev. Ed. 8p. (ISSN 1323 8442)
Lawrence, C.S., Bellanger, J. and Cole, N. (1999) Yabby aquaculture in Australia. In Gallagher, J. (Ed) 1999 Australian Aquaculture Forum Yearbook, 54-55.
Williams, I.H., Vercoe, P.E. and Lawrence, C.S. (2001) Freshwater aquaculture ponds for collaborative research between industry, university and government. Final Report Aquaculture Development Fund, Perth Western Australia.

Popular Articles & Media Activities
Lawrence, C.S. (1994) Mariculture back to basics. Western Fisheries. Summer, 38-39.
Lawrence, C.S. (1995) Our place in the world. Western Fisheries Jan/Mar 1995, 48-49.
Lawrence, C.S. (1995) Yabbie research. ACWA News. April 1995, 10-11.
Lawrence, C.S. (1995) Avondale farm dam research. Avondale Research Station Expo 1995, 38.
Lawrence, C.S. & Morrissy, N.M. (1997) Enhancement of yabby production from WA farm dams. Fish Farmer. Vol.4 No. 3, 6-7.
Lawrence, C.S. (1998) Breeding seahorses - facts and fallacies. Western Fisheries Autumn 1998, 39-40
Lawrence, C.S. and Roe, J. (1998) Yabby roadshow - Taking research results to industry. Western Fisheries Spring 1998, 34-35.
Lawrence, C.S. and Maguire, G. (1998) Yabbies - Cherchez la femme? Western Fisheries Spring 1998, 36.
Lawrence, C.S. (1998) How to grow bigger yabbies. Aquainfo No 25. 2p.
Lawrence, C.S. (1999) Hybridisation of yabbies to produce male progeny. ABC Quantum.
Lawrence, C.S. (2000) Improving marron production using genetic and pond management strategies. Marron growers Bulletin 22 (2),7-9.
Lawrence, C.S. (2000) Marron industry research priorities. Marron Growers Bulletin March 2000.
Lawrence, C.S. (2001) National Science Week Profile “In Real Life”
Lawrence, C.S. (2001) FRDC Marron Research Update. Marron growers Bulletin 23 (2), 6-8.
Maguire, G.M. and Lawrence, C.S. (2001) Marron farming turning the corner. Land Management 1 (3), 30-31.
Lawrence, C.S. (2002) Marron Research in Australia. ABC Landline.
Lawrence, C.S. (2002) Progress in the FRDC Marron Aquaculture Project Marron growers Bulletin 24 (4), 25-27.
Lawrence, C.S. (2003) Genetic Improvement: Mass Selection v Pedigree breeding pros & cons. Marron growers Bulletin 25 (2),14-16.
Lawrence , C.S., Bird, C. and Dodd, J. 2005. Guidelines for garden ponds. Garden note No 44. Department of Agriculture & Department of Fisheries. 4p.
Lawrence, C.S. (2007) Applying DNA analysis to save the Margaret River marron from extinction. Totally Wild Channel 10.
Roles, responsibilities and expertise
My role is to lead the state government’s freshwater research program for the Department of Fisheries. This includes:
•Designing, developing and implementing projects to address the key research priorities of the state,
•Establishing and leading multi-disciplinary teams from both govt and university research institutions to conduct laboratory, field station and commercial scale field trials.
•Managing and operating the state government’s hatchery and field station, the Pemberton Freshwater Research Centre.
•Developing and managing the Aquaculture & Native Fish BreedingLaboratory, which is a collaborative research facility where UWA post graduate students complete their studies while working with Department of Fisheries scientists.

Funding received

1991$10 000 Industry Research and Development Contract (Co-investigator)
“Investigations of fish pond filtration systems and feed conversion ratios in goldfish and koi carp aquaculture”

1994$473 000 FRDC Project 94/075 (Principal Investigator)
“Enhancement of yabby production from farm dams”

1997$701 000 FRDC Project 97/319 (Principal Investigator)
“Feeding and management practices to enhance yabby production from farm dams”

1998$40 485 ADF Project (Principal Investigator)
“Western Australian yabby virus health survey”

1998$97 549 ADF Project (Principal Investigator)
“Morphology and incidence of yabby burrows in Western Australian farm dams”

1998$119 510 ADF and FRDC Project 97/319.02 (Principal Investigator)
“Yabby hybrid growout experiment”

2000$258 522 ADF Project (Co-investigator)
“UWA freshwater aquaculture ponds for collaborative research between industry, university and government”

2000$3 706 780 FRDC Project 2000/215 (Principal Investigator)
“Improved performance of marron using genetic and pond management strategies”

2002$20 822 Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (Co-investigator)
“Development of an international centre for aquaculture genetics and enhancement of a selective breeding program for the commercial production of freshwater crayfish in Australia”

2005 $204 607 South West Catchments Council NHT (Principal Investigator)
“Assisting Recovery actions for the Margaret River Marron (Cherax tenuimanus)”
2009 $29,781 Water Corporation (Principal Investigator)
“Aquatic Fauna Biological Survey Ten Mile Brook Dam, Margaret River”

2010$350,000 State NRM Program (NRM Project 09022)
“Native fish hatchery production”

2010$500,000 State NRM Program (NRM Project 09039)
“Preserving native fish biodiversity
Industrial relevance
The leading aquaculture producers in WA are implementing the results of our FRDC funded research between 1994-2000, much of which was undertaken on commercial farms in collaboration with industry.

I have also been invited to undertake consultancies in Australia, Indonesia and Malaysia in the fields of prawn farming, marine fish farming, environmental management and disease control.
Honours and awards
1991-92 Graduate Scholarship, Rotary Foundation
1992External Examiners Prize for MSc. Thesis University of Stirling
1992Planet Earth Scholar
1995Chartered Biologist, Institute of Biology, London.
2001Adjunct Lecturer Appointment, School of Animal Biology, The University of Western Australia
2002Department of Fisheries nomination for Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management (CAPAM) International Innovations Award.
2002Winner Innovation Category. Western Australian Premier’s Awards 2002 for Excellence in Public Sector Management.
2002High Commendation Services to Regional and Remote Communities Category. Western Australian Premier’s Awards 2002 for Excellence in Public Sector Management.
2005 Outstanding Contribution to the Marron industry Marron Growers Association Tom Swannell Award
2008Adjunct Assoc. Prof Appointment, School of Animal Biology, The University of Western Australia
2010Outstanding Contribution to Learning Links, University


Useful links
Have a look at our new web site Freshwater Fish Distribution in WA containing all the locations where native and feral fish have been reported in the state:
http://freshwater.fish.wa.gov.au
Current projects
•Closing the lifecycles of fish species that are listed as critically endangerd to enable captive breeding and restocking programs to commence before they become extinct.
•Developing recreational fisheries in artificial impoundments to relieve pressure upon wild stocks and conserve biodiversity in natural waterbodies.
•Increasing the efficiency of aquaculture and aquaponic systems to improve food production in remote and regional communities.
•Quantifying the ability of native fish species to adapt to climate change-which species will survive?
•Design criteria for Fish Ladders to enable native fish to undertake spawning migrations around man-made barriers (We have our own 25m long Fish Ladder available for student experiments !!)
Research profile
Research profile and publications
 

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