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Researcher: Campbell, ML (Associate Professor Marnie Campbell)

Fields of Research

Marine and estuarine ecology (incl. marine ichthyology)
Biosecurity science and invasive species ecology
Environmental management
Environment policy
Conservation and biodiversity
Aquaculture
Evolutionary biology
Natural resource management
Biogeography and phylogeography
Fish pests and diseases
International trade and investment law
Phycology (incl. marine grasses)
Environmental rehabilitation and restoration
Climate change impacts and adaptation
Environmental sociology
Landscape ecology
Environmental law
International criminal law
Maritime engineering
Environmental education and extension
Environmental assessment and monitoring
Pollution and contamination
Global change biology
Transportation, logistics and supply chains
Public policy
Transport economics
Wildlife and habitat management

Research Objectives

Oceanic processes (excl. in the Antarctic and Southern Ocean)
Control of pests, diseases and exotic species in marine environments
Other environmental management
Control of pests, diseases and exotic species in terrestrial environments
Marine biodiversity
Assessment and management of coastal and estuarine ecosystems
Control of pests, diseases and exotic species in coastal and estuarine environments
Fisheries - aquaculture
Assessment and management of terrestrial ecosystems
Expanding knowledge in the biological sciences
Climate change adaptation measures (excl. ecosystem)
Expanding knowledge in the environmental sciences
Rehabilitation or conservation of marine environments
Rehabilitation or conservation of coastal or estuarine environments
Biodiversity in Antarctic and Southern Ocean environments
Public services policy advice and analysis
Control of pests, diseases and exotic species in fresh, ground and surface water
Measurement and assessment of estuarine water quality
Coastal or estuarine biodiversity
Coastal and estuarine systems and management

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Novel Biota and their Impact on Biodiversity
A hierarchical framework to aid biodiversity assessment for coastal zone management and marine protected area selection; Ocean & Coastal Management
A hub and spoke network model to analyse the secondary dispersal of introduced marine species in Indonesia; ICES Journal of Marine Science
A Rapid Response Toolbox: Strategies for the Control of ABWMAC Listed Species and Related Taxa in Australia. Centre for Research on Introduced Marine Pests
A review of international, regional and national biosecurity risk assessment frameworks; Marine Policy
A review of rapid response options for the control of ABWMAC listed introduced species and related taxa in Australian waters. Centre for Research on Introduced Marine Pests
Actions 32, 33 and 34 of the Strategic Plan of Action: Performance Assessment for Individual Marine Protected Areas, the Bioregion and the Nation. National Representative System of Marine Protected Areas Report
An Overview of Risk Assessment in a Marine Biosecurity Context; Biological Invasions in Marine Ecosystems
Analysis of Vessel Paterns to Improve Biofouling Risk Assessment Model; Sixth International conference on Marine Biovasions, marine bioinvaders: agents of change in a changing world.
Applying risk analysis to marine aquaculture species; Chilean Aquaculture Risk Assessment Workshop
Assessing marine biosecurity risks when data are limited: bioregion pathway and species-based exposure analyses; ICES Journal of Marine Science
Assessing Rapid-Evolution of the Chemical Recognition of an Invasive Crab Species in Tasmania; Sixth International conference on Marine Biovasions, marine bioinvaders: agents of change in a changing world.
Assessing the relative effects of fishing on the New Zealand marine environment through risk analysis; I C E S Journal of Marine Science: (International Council for The Exploration of The Sea)
Assessment of relative contribution of vectors to the introduction and translocation of marine invasive species
Assessment of relative contribution of vectors to the introduction and translocation of marine invasive species. Final Report for project 9/2007. An independent report undertaken for the National System for the Prevention and Management of Marine Pest Incursions, Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry. NCMCRS Report, UTAS AMC, Launceston, AUSTRALIA. 45 pp
Biosecurity risk assessment of introduced species on the Port of Jakarta, Indonesia; 7th International Conference Marine Bioinvasions
Biotic and abiotic factors affecting Tasmanian distribution and density of the introduced New Zealand porcelain crab Petrolisthes elongatus; Marine Extremes and Everything in Between AMSA NZMSS 2012
Biotic and abiotic factors affecting the Tasmanian distribution and density of the introduced New Zealand porcelain crab Petrolisthes elongatus; Aquatic Invasions
Conflict between International Treaties: Failing to mitigate the effects of introduced marine species ; Dialogue
Consideration for the Development of a Risk Framework for Marine Biofouling; Sixth International conference on Marine Biovasions, marine bioinvaders: agents of change in a changing world.
Detection and Monitoring of Introduced Marine Species in a Tropical Coral Reef; Seychelles
Differences in reproductive phenology of Undaria pinnatifida in two Australian regions; AMSA 2010
Distribution, density, and habitat use among native and introduced populations of the Australasian burrowing isopod Sphaeroma quoianum; Biological Invasions
Does Evolutionary History Influence Recognition of the European Green Crab (Carcinus Maenas) in the Northwest Atlantic?; Sixth International conference on Marine Biovasions, marine bioinvaders: agents of change in a changing world.
Efficacy of physical removal of a marine pest: the introduced kelp Undaria pinnatifida in a Tasmanian Marine Reserve; Biological Invasions
Epibiotic pressure contributes to biofouling invader success; Scientific Reports
Establishing an International Consortum for marine Biosecurity Education.NHT FFinal Report for Department of Environment, Water, heritage and the Arts. NCMCRS report. UTAS AMC, AUSTRALIA. 35pp
Evaluating vegetative transplant success in Posidonia australis Hooker: a field trial with habitat enhancement; Marine Pollution Bulletin
Getting the foundation right: a scientifically based management framework to aid in the planning and implementation of seagrass transplant efforts; Bulletin of Marine Science
Global and regional patterns of marine invasions, Abstract of Oral Presentation, 'managing Alien Species for Sustainable Development of Aquaculture and Fisheries' Florence, Italy, November 5-7, 2008; Managing Alien Species for Sustainable Development of Aquaculture and Fisheries
Hewitt CL and Campbell ML. 2010. The relative contribution of vectors to the introduction and translocation of invasive marine species. Commissioned by The Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF), Canberra. 56pp
Human health impacts from litter on beaches and associated perceptions: a case study of 'clean' Tasmanian beaches; Ocean & Coastal Management
Inflation of biodiversity estimates: xenodiversity of the marine bryozoan fauna in Australian waters; Records of the South Australian Museum Monographs Series
Inshore Marine Ecosystems - Bryozoa. 100 Species
Inshore Marine Ecosystems - Bryozoa. II, the next 50 species
Inshore Marine Ecosystems - Bryozoa. II. 209 species
Inshore Marine Ecosystems - Bryozoa. II. Museum Evaluations: Tasmanian Art Gallery and Museum, Queen Victoria Museum, Museum and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory, Museum of Tropical Queensland, and the Museum of Victoria Collections
Inshore Marine Ecosystems - Bryozoa. Museum Evaluations: The Australian, Western Australian and South Australian Museum Collections
Introduced and cryptogenic species in Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia; Marine Biology
Introduced marine species in Palau:using education and training to establish marine biosecurity outcomes; Sixth International conference on Marine Biovasions, marine bioinvaders: agents of change in a changing world.
Introduced marine species risk assessment - aquaculture; Understanding and applying risk analysis in aquaculture
Introduced Species Port Baseline Survey; Esperance, Western Australia
Introduced Species Port Baseline Survey; Geraldton, Western Australia
Introductions of seaweeds: accidental transfer pathways and mechanisms; Botanica Marina
Linking social drivers of marine debris with actual marine debris on beaches; Marine Pollution Bulletin
Marine Bioinvasion Management: Structural Framework; Biological Invasions in Marine Ecosystems
Marine pests in paradise: capacity building, awareness raising and preliminary introduced species port survey results in the Republic of Palau; Management of Biological Invasions
Mechanisms for the prevention of marine bioinvasions for better biosecurity; Marine Pollution Bulletin
Microalgae decision-tree model testing. All Oceans Ecology Report No. 200603. Prepared by All Oceans Ecology, Melbourne
Mitigating uncertainty using alternative information sources and expert judgement in aquatic non-indigenous species risk assessment; Aquatic Invasions
Monitoring the threat of using marine invasive species for aquaculture; Chilean Aquaculture Risk Assessment Workshop
Native, cryptogenic or introduced? Ascidian species in the cold and cold-temperate regions of the Southern Hemishere; 2nd International Symposium in marine Sciences
Non-Native Aquaculture Species Releases: Implications for Aquatic Ecosystems; Aquaculture in the Ecosystem
Non-native Aquaculture Species Releases: Implications for Aquatic Ecosystems; Aquaculture in the Ecosystem
Organism Impact Assessment (OIA) for Potential Impacts of Didymosphenia geminata. All Oceans Ecology Report No. 200502. Prepared by All Oceans Ecology, Melbourne
Organism impact assessment: risk analysis for post-incursion management ; I C E S Journal of Marine Science: (International Council for The Exploration of The Sea)
Palau Introduced marine Species port Survey Training & Preliminary Findings. A training workshop of the Marine Biosecurity Educatioon Consortium. NCMCRS Report.UTAS AMC, launceston, AUSTRALIA.59pp
Perception as a tool to inform aquatic biosecurity risk assessments; Aquatic Invasions
Perceptions of ecological risk associated with introduced marine species in marine protected areas; Management of Biological Invasions
Phenology of the introduced kelp Undaria pinnatifida in Blairgowrie (Australia) and management implications; 7th International Conference on Marine Bioinvasions
Predicting the risk of introduced marine species to the Galapagos Islands; Sixth International conference on Marine Biovasions, marine bioinvaders: agents of change in a changing world.
Preliminary report on the introduced species of Manukau Harbour, New Zealand
Protecting high-value areas from introduced marine species; Management of Biological Invasions
Public perception of marine and coastal protected areas in Tasmania, Australia: Importance, management and hazards; Ocean & Coastal Management
Recruitment and colonisation of vegetative fragments of Posidonia australis and Posidonia coriacea; Aquatic Botany
Repoductive phenology of the introduced kelp Undaria pinnatifida (Phaeophyscae,Laminariales) in Port Phillip Bay(Victoria, Australia); Biological Invasions
Reproductive Phenology of the Introduced Kelp Undaria Pinnatifida(Phaeophyceae,laminariales)in Port Philip Bay(Victoria Australia)Compared with Tasmania; Sixth International conference on Marine Biovasions, marine bioinvaders: agents of change in a changing world.
Reproductive phenology of the introduced kelp Undaria pinnatifida (Phaeophyta, Laminariales) in Tasmania, Australia; Phycologia
Review and evaluation of global, regional and national codes and regulations for the management of alien species in aquaculture systems. National Centre for Marine and Coastal Conservation Research Series
Risk Analysis for introducing marine species for aquaculture purposes: Practical examples; Chilean Aquaculture Risk Assessment Workshop
Risk analysis of microalgae Import Health Standard listed marine species. All Oceans Ecology Report No. 200602. Prepared by All Oceans Ecology, Melbourne
Risk Assessment (modified Organism Impact Assessment) to update information on Undaria pinnatifida. All Oceans Ecology Report No. 200601. Prepared by All Oceans Ecology, Melbourne
Seagrass Restoration The development of a decision-based restoration framework; LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing AG & Co. KG
Settlement preference of native and non indigenous epibionts; 7th International Conference on Marine Bioinvasions
Special Invasive Alien Species Issues: challenges for the marine systems; Invasive alien species - coping with aliens. In Proceedings of Biodiversity Loss and Species Extinctions: Managing risk in a changing world, a Global Synthesis Workshop convened at the IUCN World Conservation Forum
Stakeholder perception of hazards to marine and coastal World Heritage areas in Australia; Marine Extremes & Everything in Between AMSA NZMSS 2012 Hobart Tasmania
Survey evaluations to assess marine bioinvasions; Marine Pollution Bulletin
The Australian distribution of the introduced sphaeromatid isopod, Paracerceis sculpta; Crustaceana
The Introduction and Dispersal of Introduced Species into Offshore Waters; Sixth International conference on Marine Biovasions, marine bioinvaders: agents of change in a changing world.
The risk and impacts of introduced species within Marine Protected Areas of Tasmania; Human IImpacts and Functioning Ecosystems
The role of uncertainty and subjective influences on consequence assessment by aquatic biosecurity experts; Journal of Environmental Management
The Tasmanian distribution and density of the introduced New Zealand porcelain crab Petrolisthes elongatus; 7th International Conference on Marine Bioinvasions
Training and capacity building, lessons, future needs and directions for the International Maritime Organisations GloBallast Port Survey Program; 1st International Workshop on Guidelines & Standards for Invasive Aquatic Species Surveys & Monitoring
Understanding and applying risk analysis in aquaculture. A manual for decision makers ; Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations
Using a hub and spoke model to assess internal marine biosecurity risk patterns within Indonesi; 7th International Conference Marine Bioinvasions
Vulnerabilities and adaptation of ports to climate change; Journal of Environmental Planning and Management
Zoogeography of the Southern New Zealand, Tasmanian and Southern African ascidian fauna; AMSA 2007

Research Projects

Developing a Report Card Process for the TEER Ecosystem Health Monitoring Program; Department of Agriculture (DoA (Cwth))
Developing the TEER Ecosystem Health Monitoring Program Framework; Department of Agriculture (DoA (Cwth))
Post-invasion Trait-mediated Indirect Interactions: Ecological and Evolutionary Impacts of the Invasive European Green Crab; Australian Research Council (ARC)
Preliminary Assessment of the Vulnerability of Australian Ports to Climate Change; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Assessment of Marine Pest Risks associated with Biofouling
Redrafting the National Biofouling Management Guidelines for the Aquaculture Industry
The Relative Biofouling Risk Posed by Vessels for Translocating Marine Species of Concern into Australia

Research Candidate Supervision

An Invasive Crustacean in Tasmania, Australia- A Study on the Introduced Porcelain Crab Petrolisthes Elongatus
Biosecurity Under Uncertainty- The Influence of Information Availability and Quality on Expert Decision-making for Risk Outcomes
Can Restoration Equivalency be Achieved in Coastal Restoration Efforts
Evaluation of Artificial Reef Habitats and Impacts on Fisheries Resources
Is the Distribution of Native and Introduced Species Determined by Substrate Origin and/or Substrate Availability?
The Dilemma of Aquaculture- Food Security versus BioSecurity
The Threat of Non-Indigenous Marine Species Towards Tasmanian Marine Protected Areas
Using Risk Perception to Develop a Robust Risk Assessment on Introduced Marine Species Within Marine Protected Areas