Monthly Archives: May 2016

Guillermo secures a Discovery Project research grant!

Along with Associate Professor Catriona Hurd and Professor Robert Steneck, Guillermo is leading a project that aims to investigate the biological and ecological mechanisms by which reef-building coralline algae (CCA) may have survived past ocean ascidification and warming events and Find out more

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A/P Guillermo Diaz-Pulido interview with SBS Science: Weakened coral reefs are facing the threat of algal colonisation

Last week Guillermo (and others) were interviewed by SBS Science to discuss subsequent problems associated with large-scale bleaching events.  The article highlights the changes in coral-algae dynamics during a post-bleaching event.  “More algae means more microbes, more microbes means less corals, and Find out more

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Dr. Emma Kennedy recognised in Women Divers Hall of Fame!

Congrats to our Post-Doc Emma for for winning an award that promotes exceptional women divers across the world! This will allow Emma to undertake an Australian Divers Accreditation Scheme (ADAS) course at the University of Tasmania later this year. The Find out more

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