• Einar Nielsen

    Einar Nielsen is a Professor and Research Coordinator within the Section for Marine Living Resources, National Institute of Aquatic Resources, Technical University of Denmark (DTU-Aqua) at Silkeborg, Denmark. His research interests include the identification of genetic population structure in freshwater, anadromous and marine fish and the environmental and ecological drivers responsible for population divergence, understanding […]
  • Project Manta

    Research to better understand and conserve our marine environment and to provide tangible international economic, social and cultural benefits.
  • Project GenoJaws

    Understanding the past and present population dynamics of top predatory sharks using genetics .
  • Shark Futures

    Research for the sustainable management of the NSW whaler shark fishery
  • Population units of Chilean skates

    Research to identify demographic and evolutionary units of the yellownose skate (Zearaja chilensis) and the roughskin skate (Dipturus trachyderma) between the regions of Valparaiso (33° S) and Magallanes (53° S), Chile
  • Andy Moore

    Andy is a scientist within the Fisheries and Quantitative Science branch within the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences. Andy has 19 years experience in fisheries science and population genetics at various institutions and has previously lectured in fisheries science and management and held several research fellow positions. He has been a […]