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Faculty Research Grants further marine ecosystem research

Thursday, 10 January 2013 Schools > School of Natural Sciences > News and events > Centre for Marine Ecosystem Research > 2013 > 01

Drs Huggett and Säwström will research macroalgae and seagrass meadows.


Rozaimi awarded the Hodgkin Trust top up scholarship

Wednesday, 09 January 2013 Schools > School of Natural Sciences > News and events > Centre for Marine Ecosystem Research > 2013 > 01

ECU doctoral student awarded funds to study carbon preservation in seagrass meadows.


ECU Early Career Researcher award for Dr Megan Huggett

Tuesday, 08 January 2013 Schools > School of Natural Sciences > News and events > Centre for Marine Ecosystem Research > 2013 > 01

CMER's Dr Huggett awarded for her research on characterising marine microbial diversity.


Is your water safe?

Friday, 26 October 2012 Schools > School of Natural Sciences > News and events > School of Natural Sciences > 2012 > 10

ECU researcher develops simple, highly accurate infield method to test the quality of water for toxic metals.


Ecological and evolutionary drivers of movement of seagrasses workshop

Tuesday, 23 October 2012 Schools > School of Natural Sciences > News and events > Centre for Marine Ecosystem Research > 2012 > 10

October workshop organised by ECU and UWA a success.


Gary Choney graduates with Masters of Science (Environmental Management)

Tuesday, 23 October 2012 Schools > School of Natural Sciences > News and events > Centre for Marine Ecosystem Research > 2012 > 10

Gary's research identified 'hotspots' for black swans in the Swan River estuary.


New techniques for modelling and predicting the impact of light reduction in benthic communities

Tuesday, 04 September 2012 Schools > School of Natural Sciences > News and events > Centre for Marine Ecosystem Research > 2012 > 09

Workshop discusses recent advances in modelling impacts of light reduction.


Looking at the health of the bay

Thursday, 30 August 2012 Schools > School of Natural Sciences > News and events > Centre for Marine Ecosystem Research > 2012 > 08

ECU researchers monitor impacts of agriculture urbanisation on health of seagrass meadows in Geographe Bay.


49th Annual AMSA Conference: Marine extremes and everything in between

Wednesday, 15 August 2012 Schools > School of Natural Sciences > News and events > Centre for Marine Ecosystem Research > 2012 > 08

CMER researchers presented at the AMSA Conference in Hobart in July.


An unprecedented heatwave reshapes marine ecosystem in WA

Tuesday, 31 July 2012 Schools > School of Natural Sciences > News and events > Centre for Marine Ecosystem Research > 2012 > 07

Journal publishes report outlining effects of heatwaves on marine ecosystems.


Molecular biology in the classroom

Friday, 25 May 2012 Schools > School of Natural Sciences > News and events > School of Natural Sciences > 2012 > 05

Students from Woodvale Secondary College have boosted their science skills in ECU’s labs.


Study into maternal exposure to persistent toxic substances

Monday, 23 April 2012 Schools > School of Natural Sciences > News and events > Centre for Ecosystem Management > 2012 > 04

Level of persistent toxic substances in WA pregnant women investigated.


Paper published by Thibaut and Bastien in Harmful Algae

Tuesday, 17 April 2012 Schools > School of Natural Sciences > News and events > Centre for Marine Ecosystem Research > 2012 > 04

ECU students research effects of drift algae on seagrass in the Swan River.


Dredge pond to wetland sanctuary for threatened fish

Friday, 17 February 2012 Schools > School of Natural Sciences > News and events > Centre for Ecosystem Management > 2012 > 02

Disused dredge ponds could be spawning ground for black-striped minnow.


ECU brewing study tour 2011

Tuesday, 20 September 2011 Schools > School of Natural Sciences > News and events > School of Natural Sciences > 2011 > 09

Postgraduate brewing students complete study tour examining latest brewing technologies.


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