Brendan Ebner

Senior Research Scientist - Freshwater Ecology

Brendan is primarily interested in the ecology of fishes and the conservation ecology of aquatic fauna. Through collaboration with others, he primarily studies rare and elusive species including: sicydiine gobies and the Freshwater moray in streams of the Australian Wet Tropics, temperate species including Bluenose cod, Macquarie perch and two-spined blackfish in the Murray-Darling Basin and West Ozzie fishes especially Freshwater sawfish. Brendan’s current post-doctoral fellowship is a joint appointment with TropWATER and CSIRO and focuses on the connections between people and aquatic fauna as well as the prospects for harnessing the charisma of flagship freshwater species.

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