Marine Megafauna and Planetary Health

Post archives: May 2019

‘Hatuna Matata’ or is there no worries? The Over-fishing of Atlantic Bluefin Tuna – Jordan Stocker-Hoida (2018 ENV2305 Student)

Over-fishing is possibly humankind’s greatest threat to the marine environment, the ‘Unnatural History of the Sea’ by Callum Roberts tells us that much. The seas… Read More

Temperature Dependant Mortality in Turtle Hatchlings on the Rise – Joshua Glen (2017 ENV2305 student)

Turtle species that exhibit Temperature Dependant Sex Determination are increasingly threatened by rising temperatures. New research points to higher temperatures being responsible for increasing mortality… Read More

ENV2305 Becomes a Core Course in the Griffith University Marine Sciences B.Sc. Degree

2018 saw ENV2305 become a core course of the Griffith University Marine Sciences B.Sc. degree, running throughout trimester 2. With an increase in student numbers,… Read More