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Tim  Ward

Pelagic Fish  

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Associate Professor Tim Ward conducts research to support the ecologically sustainable utilization and conservation of living marine resources. His Ph.D. was on the impacts of demersal trawlers on the sea snakes of northern Australia. Currently, Tim leads the Fisheries Science Program for the South Australian Research and Development Institute (Aquatic Sciences). He has led major national projects and published extensively on the biology and ecology of pelagic fishes. As an ex-commercial fisherman, Tim maintains a strong interest in assisting fishing industry to mitigate the ecological impacts of fishing. Tim has led several large multidisciplinary studies on the benthic and pelagic ecology of the Great Australian Bight. In his roles as an Associate Professor at Flinders University and affiliate senior lecturer at the University of Adelaide, Tim has supervised honours and doctoral students across a range of disciplines. He has published approximately 52 scientific papers and 104 peer-reviewed reports.

South Australian Aquatic Sciences Centre. PO Box 120, Henley Beach SA 5022, Australia.  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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