Author Archives: Guillermo Diaz Pulido

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Advertisement: Macroalgal Ecophysiology (Oct 2021)

Two-year Postdoctoral fellowship to work on macroalgal ecophysiology applied to coral reef restoration. Project Description and Fellowship This project is part of the Reef Restoration and Adaptation Program (RRAP, https://gbrrestoration.org/), which brings together Australia’s leading marine experts to create an Find out more

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PhD Scholarships available to work on coral larvae – coralline algae interactions in the context of coral reef restoration (Commencing Apr-May 2021)

Project Description This project is part of the Reef Restoration and Adaptation Program (RRAP, https://gbrrestoration.org/), which brings together Australia’s leading marine experts to create an innovative suite of interventions to help the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) resist, adapt to, and Find out more

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Cristina joins the lab to investigate the roles of seaweeds on coral health.

From the Mediterranean coast to the Great Barrier Reef: Cristina’s first visit to Heron Island.

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On Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, There’s A Turf Battle Raging

New media release about our recent trip to Heron Island to investigate the effects of seaweeds on corals exposed to ocean acidification conditions. To find out more, follow the link below: http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2013/03/15/174411737/on-australias-great-barrier-reef-theres-a-turf-battle-raging   Guillermo doing daily assessments of coral health in the experimental Find out more

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