Catherine Bryant

Senior Research Scientist - Seagrass Ecology
B.MarSt (Honours), Marine Biology and Ecology, University of Queensland, Brisbane 2005

Catherine’s research broadly focuses on the ecology and conservation of coastal marine habitats, in particular tropical seagrass meadows. She is interested in what drives natural changes in seagrass meadows and how this information can be used to detect and minimise anthropogenic impacts to valuable seagrass resources. Her recent research is primarily concerned with the conservation of seagrasses at risk from impacts associated with coastal developments including large scale dredging campaigns. Other research interests include the productivity of tropical seagrass ecosystems, the resilience of seagrasses to disturbance and the role of seed banks and other reproductive mechanisms in recovery.

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