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.
Dr. Ana Sequeira was the keynote speaker for marine megafauna, at the Australian Marine Science Association (AMSA) conference in Cairns last week.
The SequeiraLab is kicking off the New Year with some exciting news! At the end of 2021 Lucy Arrowsmith and Hannah Calich presented their PhD completion seminars at the UWA Indian Ocean Marine Research Centre and are now preparing their thesis submission.
Mike Taylor has presented his PhD Proposal, one of the first major milestones of his PhD. Feedback that he receives on his project looking at grazing marine megafauna will help shape the rest of his PhD.
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)!
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.
Charlotte Birkmanis and Lucy Arrowsmith presented their PhD research to a public audience in under 5 minutes at the Fremantle Flying Angel Club.