Coral reef fish larval connectivity in the Great Barrier Reef from biophysical modelling and genomics

Gurdek Bas, Rodrigo (2020) Coral reef fish larval connectivity in the Great Barrier Reef from biophysical modelling and genomics. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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Abstract

Rodrigo Gurdek explored larval dispersal patterns of the stripey snapper on the Great Barrier Reef. He found that highly dynamic currents apparently link regional and local reefs over time, consistent with genomic analyses. Findings denote the importance of incorporating temporal fluctuations in dispersal when assessing connectivity and recovery of populations.

Item ID: 75735
Item Type: Thesis (PhD)
Keywords: biophysical modelling, genomics, population connectivity, El Niño Southern Oscillation, larval dispersal, Great Barrier Reef, reef habitats, ocean currents, hydrodynamic models
Copyright Information: Copyright © 2020 Rodrigo Gurdek Bas.
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Embargoed until 23 May 2023.

Date Deposited: 15 Aug 2022 02:07
FoR Codes: 31 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES > 3102 Bioinformatics and computational biology > 310204 Genomics and transcriptomics @ 35%
37 EARTH SCIENCES > 3708 Oceanography > 370801 Biological oceanography @ 30%
31 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES > 3103 Ecology > 310307 Population ecology @ 35%
SEO Codes: 18 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT > 1805 Marine systems and management > 180504 Marine biodiversity @ 50%
18 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT > 1805 Marine systems and management > 180506 Oceanic processes (excl. in the Antarctic and Southern Ocean) @ 50%
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