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Hugh Sweatman

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Dr Hugh Sweatman is the leader of the AIMS long-term Monitoring Program on the Great Barrier Reef. His work focuses on the ecology and behaviour of coral reef fishes, and reef ecology in general, with a special interest in the patterns of change on the Great Barrier reef and their underlying causes. Hugh came to AIMS in 1995, prior to that he was a research fellow at James Cook University for 5 years after spending three years as a postdoctoral fellow and visiting scientist at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in the Republic of Panama. He has over 40 science and technical papers in international journals.

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