2019 Ningaloo Outlook Symposium
The fourth Ningaloo Outlook Symposium was held on the afternoon of the 26th February 2019 at the IOMRC facility located at the University of Western Australia, WA.
The purpose of this symposium was to bring together interested persons from BHP, CSIRO, marine park managers, the scientific community and interested stakeholders to present research findings from the Ningaloo Outlook partnership in an open and inclusive forum.
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Presentations provided on the day can be accessed below (and audio files) – just click the links:
- An Overview – The Ningaloo Outlook Partnership and BHP’s Sustainability Focus – Brian Starkey – presentation (audio)
- From satellites to cells: ecology of green turtles at Ningaloo – Mat Vanderklift – presentation (audio)
- Whale shark movement and population status – summary of progress – Richard Pillans – presentation (audio)
- Environmental effects of energetics on Ningaloo green turtles – PhD Update – Jess Stubbs – presentation (audio)
- Ningaloo, a holistic approach to monitoring ecosystem health – Damian Thomson – presentation (audio)
- Marine reserve assessments are sensitive to habitat, fishing activity and survey method: a 30-year meta-analysis from Ningaloo – PhD Update – Anna Cresswell – presentation (audio)
- Developing our knowledge of the deep reefs of Ningaloo – Russ Babcock – presentation (audio)
- Mesophotic reefs – a journey of discovery at Ningaloo – PhD Update – Joe Turner – presentation (audio)
- An overview of Ningaloo Outlook’s community outreach activities – Belinda Fox – presentation (audio)
- Management and conservation of sea turtles in the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area – Dani Rob– presentation (audio)