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Researcher: Hulls, J (Mr Justin Hulls)

Fields of Research

Marine and estuarine ecology (incl. marine ichthyology)
Environmental management
Environmental assessment and monitoring
Fisheries sciences
Conservation and biodiversity
Natural resource management
Pollution and contamination

Research Objectives

Marine biodiversity
Assessment and management of benthic marine ecosystems
Rehabilitation or conservation of marine environments
Assessment and management of terrestrial ecosystems
Understanding climate change
Paper products and pulp
Effects of climate change on Australia (excl. social impacts)

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Analysis of Approaches for Monitoring Biodiversity in Commonwealth Waters - Field work report
Developing long-term monitoring programs in offshore waters with little prior knowledge: Applying a novel sampling design to inventory biological assets; AMSA Golden Jubilee Conference 2013 Shaping the Future
Finalist for Science Innovation Award
Quantifying fish assemblages in large, offshore marine protected areas: an Australian case study; PLoS One
Seafloor biota, rock lobster and demersal fish assemblages of the Tasman Fracture Commonwealth Marine Reserve Region: Determining the influence of the shelf sanctuary zone on population demographics
Tasmania's coastal reefs: deep reef habitats and significance for finfish production and biodiversity

Research Projects

A communications catalogue for biodiversity assets in Australian Marine Parks; Department of Environment and Energy (Cwth) (DoEE)
Zeehan and Franklin Marine Park Multibeam mapping and drop-camera validation for Parks Australia; Department of Environment and Energy (Cwth) (DoEE)
Characterisation of reef and soft sediment in the Huon and Freycinet Marine Parks using BRUVs and ROVs
IMOS AUV-based benthic monitoring survey in Freycinet and Huon Marine Parks for Parks Australia
Tasman Fracture Marine Park demersal fish, rock lobster and sessile benthic community surveys

Research Candidate Supervision