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Mr Connor Gorham

Overview of thesis

My research will investigate the blue carbon storage potential of mangrove and tidal marsh ecosystems between Esperance and Shark Bay, Western Australia to improve our understanding of the inter- and intra-habitat variability of sedimentary carbon stocks and sequestration rates. The focus will be on identifying the factors controlling carbon stocks and accumulation rates among ecosystems, including physical, chemical and biological variables. Additionally, the data collected will contribute toward estimating the socio-economic relevance of mangrove and tidal marshes as blue carbon stores.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Science (Marine and Freshwater Biology, and Conservation Biology)

Other Qualifications

  • PADI Open Water Certification
  • Recreational Skippers Ticket
  • Provide First Aid, Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Provide Oxygen (O2)
  • Qualified in the Handling and Use of Cryogenic Fluids (ECU Accredited)

Research

Research Interests

  • Marine ecology
  • Coastal and Marine Management
  • Carbon Mitigation and Global Warming
  • Habitat and Species Conservation

Supervisors

Dr Oscar Serrano
Professor Paul Lavery

Contact

Masters Student
Mr Connor Gorham
Email: c.gorham@ecu.edu.au

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