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Miss Nicole Said

Overview of thesis

I am investigating how temperature, latitude, and site effects the photosynthesis-irradiance relationship of the seagrass species Halophila ovalis. The main objectives of this research is to determine biological aspects of H. ovalis, as well as create a management tool for dredging along the West coast of Australia.


  • Bachelor of Science (Marine and Freshwater Biology) – Edith Cowan University, 2011-2014

Other Qualifications

  • Stress and Rescue diver (2015)
  • Senior First Aid (current)
  • DAN Oxygen Provider (current)


Research Interests

  • Marine Ecology
  • Marine primary producers
  • Marine mammals
  • Coastal and marine management


  • Professor Paul Lavery
  • Dr Kathryn McMahon


Masters by Research student
Miss Nicole Said
Room 19.357, Joondalup Campus
Telephone: 0433 454576

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