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Researcher: Oh, ES (Miss Lizzi Oh)

Fields of Research

Marine and estuarine ecology (incl. marine ichthyology)
Ecological impacts of climate change and ecological adaptation
Environmental management

Research Objectives

Assessment and management of terrestrial ecosystems
Marine biodiversity
Fisheries - recreational freshwater
Rehabilitation or conservation of marine environments
Assessment and management of benthic marine ecosystems
Animal adaptation to climate change
Ecosystem adaptation to climate change
Coastal or estuarine biodiversity

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Assessing multidecadal climate-driven shifts for Tasmanian marine species, 1992-2019
Biodiversity change across the coral sea marine park over the past decade including impacts of severe heatwaves
Broad-scale impacts of salmon farms on temperate macroalgal assemblages on rocky reefs; Marine Pollution Bulletin
Global change, phase-shifts and recovery potential of Tasmania’s rapidly warming reef ecosystems; The 2023 International Temperate Reefs Symposium
Loss of native rocky reef biodiversity in Australian metropolitan embayments; Marine Pollution Bulletin
Macroalgal assemblages as indicators of the broad-scale impacts of fish farms on temperate reef habitats; School of Geography and Environmental Studies Conference 2009
Reef Life Survey Assessment of Marine Biodiversity in Geographe Bay
Reef Life Survey: establishing the ecological basis for conservation of shallow marine life; Biological Conservation
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
Surveys of the Subtidal Reef Biota of the Cradle Coast 1992-2018
Surveys of the subtidal reef biota of the Kent Group Marine Nature Reserve 2014-2017
Surveys of the subtidal reef biota of the Tinderbox Marine Nature Reserve 1992-2017
Tracking widespread climate-driven change on temperate and tropical reefs; Current Biology

Research Projects

Comparison on long-term diver-based monitoring methods with new remote-sensing approaches in Western Australia

Research Candidate Supervision