The Sequeira Lab is back in Gathaagudu (Shark Bay, Western Australia) for some turtle and shark satellite tagging research, and this Saturday (December 3rd) we are hosting an afternoon of nature, storytelling, and community in the Denham Townhall!
During her visit to Perth in the last couple of weeks, our lab leader Dr Ana Sequeira had the chance to give a presentation to the Western Australian (WA) Naturalists' Club about the movement of marine megafauna in Shark Bay.
Did you know that despite their size, whale sharks are at great risk from the shipping industry? Our Sequeira Lab leader, Dr. Ana Sequeira, contributed to a recently published paper entitled "Global collision-risk hotspots of marine traffic and the world’s largest fish, the whale shark" ...
Hannah Calich, Lucy Arrowsmith, Michelle VanCompernolle, and Megan Meyers to present their research at a 4-day retreat in Albany (Western Australia) organised by the University of Western Australia’s (UWA) Oceans Graduate School (OGS)!
Dr Ana Sequeira's global collaborative projects were recently featured in the Pawsey Supercomputer Center's Science Showcase. The projects involve hundreds of researchers worldwide combining their tracking datasets and they have now collated over three decades of animal movement data.
Recently, our Master's student Jess participated in a community biodiversity awareness event for the public to learn about our local coastal ecosystems. The event was run by local artist and biodiversity educator, Angela Rossen, with the UWA School of Biological Sciences, Quinns Rocks Environmental Group and Tangaroa Blue Foundation.
Want to learn about whale sharks and what influences the movements of this charismatic megafauna? Here is an opportunity to do so! Join Lucy Arrowsmith as she shares her PhD research and takes us into the world of this ocean giant, revealing details of their life below the surface.
Our Master’s student Jessica Pearce participated in the recent video abstract competition held by Pacific Bioscience (PacBio) , on behalf of UWA Oceans Institute and DNA Zoo Australia.
Today, Wednesday 22nd July at 6 pm AWST (11 am GMT), Ana and Nuno Queiroz (CIBIO, Universidade do Porto) with be having a live chat about their global collaborations to unravel marine megafauna movement.
21-April-2020 (written by Lucy Arrowsmith) Do you need a change from your isolation routine? Want to know more about life as a shark scientist and what it’s like to do research in the field?Well, you are in luck! The UWA Oceans Institute is hosting a livestream to bring science, education and entertainment to the comfort …