Andrew is a marine ecologist with expertise in the fields of marine conservation, fisheries, spatial ecology and the impacts of global change on marine ecosystems. He has experience with conservation, fisheries and environmental management projects in tropical and subtropical estuaries and coastal waters, and has led multidisciplinary research teams in Australia and across the western Pacific. Andrew has held research, extension and management positions at Australian universities, government agencies and private consultancies.
He took up a research fellowship at the University of the Sunshine Coast in early 2014.
Research Fellow, University of the Sunshine Coast
Research Fellow, Griffith University
Senior Marine Ecologist, Frc Environmental
Griffith University, PhD
University of Queensland, BSc (Honours)
University of Queensland, BSc
Incorporating surrogate species and seascape connectivity to improve marine conservation outcomes, Conservation Biology
Phenotypic plasticity promotes persistence following extreme events: physiological and morphological responses of seagrass to flooding, Journal of Ecology
Seascape ecology of fishes on coral reefs, Ecology of Fishes on Coral Reefs
Marine reserves help coastal ecosystems cope with extreme weather, Global Change Biology
Moreton Bay and its estuaries: a sub-tropical system under pressure from rapid population growth, Estuaries of Australia in 2050 and Beyond, Estuaries of the World
Mangrove-reef connectivity promotes the effectiveness of marine reserves across the western Pacific, Global Ecology and Biogeography
Primacy of seascape connectivity effects in structuring coral reef fish assemblages, Marine Ecology Progress Series