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Martina Doblin

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Martina doblin
Dr Martina Doblin graduated from the University of Tasmania and was a postdoctoral research fellow at Old Dominion University, USA before becoming a self supporting research assistant professor from 2000-2004. On return to Australia she worked as a senior policy officer at the Department of Sustainability, Victoria and in mid 2005 joined the University of Technology, Sydney. Recognised nationally and internationally for her work on biogeochemical cycling in aquatic foodwebs, as well as phytoplankton ecology, she was awarded the U.S. Department of Commerce Gold Medal in 2008 together with colleagues for her work on species introductions to the Great Lakes. Her current research examines aquatic foodweb function in relation to environmental changes driven by global and regional processes such as climate change and eutrophication. She currently serves as the NSW co-leader for the Integrated Marine Observing System.

Plant Functional Biology and Climate Change Cluster
University of Technology Sydney
Sydney NSW 2007, Australia

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