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Researcher: Walsh, PH (Mr Peter Walsh)

Fields of Research

Fisheries Sciences
Marine and Estuarine Ecology (incl. Marine Ichthyology)
Ecological Impacts of Climate Change
Environmental Education and Extension
Environmental Monitoring
Fisheries Management
Environmental Management
Aquaculture
Surveying (incl. Hydrographic Surveying)
Conservation and Biodiversity
Wildlife and Habitat Management
Environmental Sciences
Population Ecology
Global Change Biology
Phycology (incl. Marine Grasses)
Ecology
Zoology

Research Objectives

Climate and Climate Change
Ecosystem Assessment and Management of Marine Environments
Fisheries - Wild Caught
Effects of Climate Change and Variability on Australia (excl. Social Impacts)
Expanding Knowledge in the Environmental Sciences
Fisheries - Recreational
Ecosystem Assessment and Management of Coastal and Estuarine Environments
Environmental Education and Awareness
Marine Flora, Fauna and Biodiversity
Wild Caught Crustaceans (excl. Rock Lobster and Prawns)
Climate Change Adaptation Measures
Environmental and Natural Resource Evaluation
Aquaculture Oysters
Global Effects of Climate Change and Variability (excl. Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and the South Pacific) (excl. Social Impacts)
Aquaculture Fin Fish (excl. Tuna)
Environmentally Sustainable Animal Production
Ecosystem Adaptation to Climate Change
Fixed Line Data Networks and Services
Expanding Knowledge in the Biological Sciences

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A seafloor habitat map for the Australian continental shelf; Scientific Data
A wave of change with sea temperature rise
Anglers reeling them in up north
Australia's marine ecosystems are changing
Award for interactive resource
Brand new free Redmap species guides out now
Call to map sea species
Cephalopods on the move in Tassie!
Citizen science
Citizen science and climate change
Citizen science as a research tool for monitoring ecological change in the marine environment; Climate Change Effects on Fish and Fisheries
Citizen science: Redmap - fishing for data
Climate change and species migration
Climate change impacts on tropical fisheries
Climate change sees tropical fish arrive in Tasmania
Climate shift to push recreational species south
Coastal Climate Change Range Extension Database and Mapping Project (Redmap)
Divers and fishers help chart warmer Tasmanian waters
Finalist for Science Innovation Award
Find your fish online
Finding Nemo
Fish body project to chart climate change
Fishers, divers help track marine species
Fishing for centuries: indigenous fishing
Genetic implications of range shifts
Grants to bring science to the community
Guest speaker
Inspiring Australia update: Redmap Australia launches 13 December 2012
Interview about Redmap and audience research interviews
Interview on Redmap
Interviewing on Redmap and the app launch
Invasion of the deep: evidence about a biodiversity shift is emerging from Australia's ocean floor
Jonah lands 'whale' of a fish
Land and sea species differ in climate change response
Launch of Australia wide Redmap
Leatherjacket swarms abnormal and destructive: photos, video
Leaving home in a huff: range shifts in Australian seas
Logging marine sightings - introducing Redmap
Marine Biodiversity
Marine climate change in Tasmania
Marine species are on the move – but what exactly is a ‘range shift’?
Marine watch - log what you see
Marine-life mapping project taps into citizen science power
Measuring marine range shifts
Methods for the processing of AUV digital imagery from South Eastern Tasmania
New funding to track Australian fish
New funding to track Australian fish
New funding to track Australian fish
New pests warm our waters
Ocean currents in Australia
Oceans of information
Online portal extends marine species mapping
Phenology and physiology
Rare finds: a wave of new fish in Tasmanian waters
Rare fish migrations brighten Tasmanian waters
Rare fish migrations brighten Tasmanian waters
Read up on Redmap's Tassie report card
Redmap
Redmap
Redmap
Redmap
Redmap - Captain's Address
Redmap - get involved: what's on the move in Australia?
REDMAP - The place to report uncommon fish and get prizes
Redmap - the place to report uncommon fish and get prizes
Redmap and launch
Redmap Australia - the ultimate in crowd sourcing - launched today
Redmap Australia: challenges and successes with a large-scale citizen science-based approach to ecological monitoring and community engagement on climate change; Frontiers in Marine Science
Redmap discussion
Redmap discussion
Redmap goes national
Redmap is tracking biodiversity movements in Tasmanian waters
Redmap keeps track of roving marine species
Redmap News
Redmap plots marine species
Redmap: Citizen science as an engagement and communication tool in a warming world; Australia - New Zealand Climate Forum 2010
Redmap: ecological monitoring and community engagement through citizen science; Tasmanian Naturalist
Redmap: ecological monitoring and community engagement through citizen science; Tasmanian Naturalist
Redmap: fishes-out-of-water tell climate change stories
Redmap: large-scale approaches to ecological monitoring and community engagement through citizen science; 2015 Australian Citizen Science Conference
Report something fishy on the new Redmap iPhone App!
Rise in sea level
Sea answers climate queries
Sea temperatures and climate change
Sea urchin overgrazing and ocean warming
Sea-run trout are out and about
Seamap Australia - National release of a benthic habitat mapping service for the Australian continental shelf; AMSA 2018
Seamap Australia [Version 1.0] the development of a national benthic marine classification scheme for the Australian continental shelf
Seamap Australia: Visualisation and classification of Australian seabed habitats; Australian Marine Protected Areas Workshop
Seamap Australia: Visualisation and classification of Australian seabed habitats; National Environmental Science Programme Marine Biodiversity Hub Annual Workshop
See something unusual? Dob in a fish
Seeking warmer waters
Segment on Redmap and NCARF climate change report
Some fishy citizen science
Something fishy in the water
Spot, log and map marine species along the Australian coast
Standardising data collection across the southern rock lobster fisheries of South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania
Taking our temperature
Tasmanian citizen scientists called on to help track marine life
Tasmanian marine environment Redmap to go national at the end of 2012
Tassie marine mapping project to go Australia-wide, public to join hunt for rare and endangered plants Aboriginal elders on podcasts and more
Team award for creative partnerships
The sea's the limit: $5000 up for grabs in marine video competition
Tracking fish in Australian waters
Tropical fish species show up in Australian waters due to climate change
Tropical species moving in
Uni's map project goes national
Upwelling and downwelling in the ocean
Users hooked on fish tracking website
Vagrants of the sea!
Vanishing Point Unseen: an art/science collaboration and exhibition on the impact of microplastics in our oceans
Vanishing Point Unseen: an art/science collaboration on oceanic microplastic pollution; Experimental Histories II: Uncanny Objects in the Anthropocene
Vanishing Point: an art/science collaboration and exhibition on the impact of microplastics in our oceans
Vanishing Point: an art/science collaboration on ocean plastics
Warm water manta ray makes an appearance in Tasmanian waters
Waves wash up lovely bunch of coconuts
Website to map marine life
Website tracks shifts in species range
What is climate change
What's on the move in Tassie seas? Redmap sightings explained

Research Projects

Benthic marine habitats on the Australian continental shelf; Department of Education and Training (Commonwealth) (DoEdT (Cwth))
Characterising benthic pelagic interactions in Macquarie Harbour - organic matter processing in sediments and the importance for nutrient dynamics; Fisheries Research & Development Corporation (FRDC)
Coastal Climate Change Range Extension Database & Mapping Project (CCC REDMAP); Tasmanian Community Fund (TasCF)
Extending the Redmap pilot to South East Australia: using citizen science for engagement and early indication of potential new opportunties; Fisheries Research & Development Corporation (FRDC)
Extending the Success of Redmap with New Website Sections and Communication Materials; Tasmanian Community Fund (TasCF)
Eyes-on-the-water: Inspiring Australians through participation in science; Department of Industry and Science (DoIS)
Increasing reporting capacity to detect shifting marine species and the development of a qualitative report card for resource managers; Tasmanian Climate Change Office (TCCO)
Redmap - Australian Research Data Capture (ARDC) & EIF project ; Department of Education and Training (Commonwealth) (DoEdT (Cwth))
SeaMap Australia Connections; Department of Education and Training (Commonwealth) (DoEdT (Cwth))

Research Candidate Supervision