Division of
Natural and Applied Sciences

Two PhD’s   Habitats for fisheries and the Future of seafood 

I have two places open for PhD students to join my lab at the University of Tasmania. One on habitats for fisheries and one on the future of seafood (includes $5K per annum scholarship top-up). 

We are a team of conservationists, fishery scientists and ecosystem modellers. I specialise in training ecologically minded students in quantitative methods.  My lab is now based in the Taroona Marine labs, Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies. We are right on the beautiful Derwent Estuary, overlooking a protected area. 

The fish habitat project is a mix of field work and modelling, the seafood project is modelling focused. Prior experience in modelling not required, applicants just need to be keen to learn. 

Contact me at utas: c.j.brown@utas.edu.au if you are interested. Applications can be made at anytime, but the next assessment round closes 25 September. 

  

https://www.utas.edu.au/research/degrees/available-projects/projects/marine-and-antarctic/future-of-seafood

  

https://www.utas.edu.au/research/degrees/available-projects/projects/marine-and-antarctic/habitats-for-fisheries