Not just about seagrasses...
We are a diverse group of individuals who all share a great love of nature and the marine environment, in particular. Our research expertise and interests are also diverse, which allows us to work across multiple disciplines and create truly collaborative projects and outcomes. Our focus has been largely on benthic habitat-forming species including macroalgae, corals and particularly seagrasses.
Reciprocal transplant trial set-up in Shark Bay. April 2018
Understanding how long dispersing Posidonia fruit float before sinking
Amphibolis antarctica (2m high) at L’Haridon Bight, Shark Bay
Annual monitoring for seagrass seedlings being recruited at Rottnest Island Photo: Angela Rossen
Testing the effect of sediment type and organic enrichment on Posidonia seeding growth
Collecting floating Posidonia seeds to understand contemporary dispersal and gene flow
Tough day at the office for some of our lab members Photo: Angela Rossen
Angela Rossen creating a large mural based on a seascape
How far does pollen travel? Photo: Angela Rossen