David J Booth Australian Marine Sciences Association 2022

David J Booth

David Booth is Professor of Marine Ecology at UTS https://profiles.uts.edu.au/David.Booth He has published over 180 papers in reef-fish ecology, climate change and other anthropogenic impacts on fishes and fisheries, in the Caribbean, Hawaii, Great Barrier Reef, NSW coast, and studies how tropical fish travel down the East Australian Current past Sydney under climate change. He and his team researches fishes in estuaries around Sydney, the ecology and behaviour of threatened fishes such as seadragons and Whites seahorses black cod and white sharks, and the ecology of the deep sea. He also researches the impacts and values of artificial reefs, from small reef enhancements in Sydney Harbour to global offshore oil and gas structures. He is a member of IUCN SSC Seahorse, Pipefish and Seadragon Specialist Group (global Seadragon focus person) .

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