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OP2354 Exploring the health and environmental drivers of coral reef bright spots

NERC ONE Planet DTP. Coral reefs are biodiversity hotspots that provide key societal benefits to millions of people living in tropical coastal communities (Costanza et al., 2014, Glob. Read more

Redrawing the lines of battle in coral reef fish communities

Coexistence of competing species in ecological communities is made possible by co-evolved “rules of engagement”. During competition, these rules enable contest resolution through avoidance or signals, without the need to escalate to direct attacks, which prevents unnecessary energy loss for both individuals. Read more

How do coral energy strategies influence their survival?

Most tropical reef-building corals are mixotrophic, acquiring autotrophic nutrition from their photosynthetic algal endosymbionts and heterotrophic nutrition via predation of plankton. Read more

OP2329 Photogrammetry as a tool to improve reef restoration

NERC ONE Planet DTP. Coral reefs provide goods and services worth billions of dollars (Costanza et al 2014 Glob. Env. Change), and yet they are extremely vulnerable to climate change. Read more

The impact of sensory pollution on fish navigation

This project is part of the. DPhil in Biology at the University of Oxford. All animals use senses to gather information. However, sensory systems are not perfect and cannot always detect a clear signal. Read more

Ocean Soundscapes in a Changing World

The oceans are full of sound, with a vast array of intentional (e.g., communication) and incidental (e.g., feeding) sounds produced by marine mammals, fish and invertebrates, as well as an increasing contribution of noise emanating from human activities. Read more
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