is a consultant plant physiologist with expertise in cyanobacteria,
toxins, bloom management and human health and reservoir risk
John is a Reader in the Biological Science Dept at Monash University. He is a plant physiologist interested in photosynthesis, algal mediated benthic processes and biospectroscopy . He and his research team were awarded the 2002 Provasoli Award..
recently completed her PhD
and is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Sydney, working on
phylogenetics, systematics and toxicity of dinoflagellates.
Joanna Jones (Kain)
Joanna Jones retired from the University of Liverpool in the UK, moved to Australia and is now a Visiting Fellow in the School of Botany and Zoology, Australian National University. She is engaged in intertidal research near Batemans Bay, NSW.
Phycologist with a distinguised research career having been awareded
Provasoli Award in 1999.
is currently the Manager of Knowledge Exchange and Education with the
CRC for Reef Research in Townsville.
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Tim is a Ph.D. student at Auckland University and is studying the ecophysiology of Eklonia dieback. Tim is also helping local communities develop monitoring programs to asses the effect of unrestrained shellfish harvesting.
Wendy is a marine botanist and has recently moved to NIWA as the co-ordinator of the National Centre for Aquatic Biodiversity and Biosecurityfollowing a long career at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongerewa. She is a member of numerous Natioanal and International organisations dealing with phycolgy and aquatic botany.
Lindsey is a Post Doctoral Research fellow at the University of Auckland. He studies the use of seaweeds by humans, and as a food source for herbivores. He has a wide randge of interests outside science including performing arts and communication, painting, plastering, carpentry and concrete laying, He isis also somewhat of a computer geek !