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Researcher: Forbes, SE (Miss Susan Forbes)

Fields of Research

Marine and estuarine ecology (incl. marine ichthyology)
Aquaculture and fisheries stock assessment
Organic geochemistry
Microbiology

Research Objectives

Assessment and management of terrestrial ecosystems
Fisheries - aquaculture

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Assessments of the Effects of Vehicle Tracks on Benthic Macrofauna in Pipeclay Lagoon, Tasmania
Biological recovery from organic enrichment: some systems cope better than others; Marine Ecology Progress Series
Development of novel methods for the assessment of sediment condition and determination of management protocols for sustainable finfish cage aquaculture operations
Development of novel methods for the assessment of sediment condition and determination of management protocols for sustainable finfish cage aquaculture operations; ASAS Conference
Development of Quantitative Visual Assessment Techniques for the Assessment of Sediment Condition at Marine Finfish Farms; Biodiversity and Conservation Conference
Development of quantitative visual assessment techniques for the evaluation of sediment condition; Estuaries and Change: CSA37-ERF 2004
Distribution of Neoparamoeba sp. in sediments around marine finfish farming sites in Tasmania; Diseases of Aquatic Organisms
Effects of oyster farming service vehicles on an intertidal sand flat; Aquaculture Research
Guide to the assessment of sediment condition at marine finfish farms in Tasmania
High contents of 24:6(n-3) and 20:1(n-13) fatty acids in the brittle star Amphiura elandiformis from Tasmanian coastal sediments; Biochemical Systematics and Ecology
One Thing Leads to Another: The Relationship Between Biology and Chemistry in Sediment Recovery; Aquafin CRC Conference
Organic enrichment and infaunal community response: Do some systems cope better?; Estuaries and Change: ECSA37-ERF 2004
Site Selection: Further Considerations For Environmental Sustainability Of Cage Aquaculture; Australasian Aquaculture Conference
What can sedimentation rate tell us about the environmental impact of marine finfish culture in Tasmania; Australian Marine Science Association Conference

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision