From: Monday October 14, 2019, 6:30 pm
To: Monday October 14, 2019, 8:30 pm
David Booth is a marine ecologist, especially interested in the role that processes around the time of settlement in reef fishes influence population dynamics, and how anthropogenic pollutants affect estuarine fishes.
Recently, he has turned his attention to the role of marine protected areas in enhancing biodiversity and sustainable fisheries opportunities, including development of the National Statement on Marine Protected Areas (opens an external site) by the Australian Marine Sciences Association and the Australian Coral Reef Society. He is currently researching deep sea fish ecology as part of the global SERPENT project (opens an external site) using ROVs attached to oil rigs.
52 Yarrara Rd, Pennant Hills NSW 2120