Tim P Lynch Australian Marine Sciences Association 2022

Tim P Lynch

Dr Tim Lynch hails from Australia’s island state of Tasmania where he graduated from UTAS with a degree in Marine, Antarctic and Freshwater biology. After completing honours in Aquaculture and a PhD in Marine Ecology at JCU in North Queensland, Tim worked for ten years as a research scientist for NSW Marine Parks. In 2004/5 Tim was the Australian Academy of Science visiting scholar to North America. Since 2008 Tim has worked at CSIRO in Hobart and is now a Principal Research Scientist. Tim has research interests in marine wildlife, endangered species, recreational fisheries, Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), ecosystem restoration and sensor systems. Current projects lead by Tim include: Conservation of Handfish and their Habitats and Environmentally Friendly Moorings. Besides his work at CSRIO, Tim is a keen underwater hockey player and is a past President of the Australian Marine Science Association.

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