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Amanda Bates


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Amanda Bates is a Research Fellow at the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania with an interest in relating animal physiology and condition to species patterns in a changing climate. Amanda has studied thermal tolerances in diverse organisms from Antarctica to the deep sea to advance both general ecological understanding of the processes driving the redistribution of species with recent warming and applied management issues. She is currently working with collaborators to generate a theoretical framework for detecting and predicting the range responses of ectotherms to warming environmental temperatures.

IMAS – Taroona, Nubeena Crescent, Taroona Tasmania Australia
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