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Ningaloo Outlook Symposium Outputs

Since the project commenced, two Ningaloo Outlook Symposium’s have been held in Perth. The purpose of these events are to bring together interested persons from BHP and CSIRO, conservation and natural resource managers, industry and the scientific community to present research findings from the Ningaloo Outlook partnership in an open and inclusive forum.

Presentations from these two events can be accessed below:

If you would like to attend the third symposium scheduled for the 23rd February 2018, please register your interest to


  • Turner, JA, Babcock, RC, Hovey R, Kendrick, GA (2018). Can single classifiers be as useful as model ensembles to produce benthic seabed substratum maps? Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 204:149-163.
  • Turner JA, Babcock RC, Hovey R & Kendrick GA (2017). GA Deep thinking: a systematic review of mesophotic coral ecosystems. ICES Journal of Marine Science79(9):2309-2320.
  • Bessey C & Cresswell AK (2016). Masses of the marine insect Pontomyia oceana at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia. Coral Reefs 35:4 1225-1225. doi:10.1007/s00338-016-1488-y

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