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People and ecosystems

Understanding of the links between coral reef ecosystems, the goods and services they provide to people, and the wellbeing of human societies.

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Ecosystem dynamics: past, present and future

Examining the multi-scale dynamics of reefs, from population dynamics to macroevolution

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Responding to a changing world

Advancing the fundamental understanding of the key processes underpinning reef resilience.

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Coral Reef Studies

ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies
James Cook University Townsville
Queensland 4811 Australia

Phone: 61 7 4781 4000
Email: info@coralcoe.org.au

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Danielle Asson-Batzel

Danielle Asson-Batzel


PhD candidate


ResearchGate profile: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Danielle_Asson

LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielle-asson/


BSc (Honors) in Biology, with Marine Biology focus (2011), BA (Honors) in International Studies (2011), MS in Marine Resource Management (2013)


Program 1: People and Ecosystems; The Conservation Planning Group


James Cook University



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Danielle is a PhD candidate at James Cook University (Townsville campus) studying patterns in benthic and pelagic species assemblages on the GBR. Her research involves examining how statistical models can be used to map the patterns in biodiversity across large regions, and how those maps can then be utilized for conservation planning.

Project title: Biogeographic analysis of the GBR as a case study to guide better marine management

Primary JCU advisor: Prof Bob Pressey

Secondary advisors: Dr Sean Connolly, Dr Tom Bridge

Primary AIMS advisor: Dr Hugh Sweatman

External advisor: Dr Roland Pitcher, CSIRO

 

Publications:

Asson, D., Chapman, J. W., Dumbauld, B. R. 2017. No evidence that the introduced parasite Orthione griffenis Markham, 2004 causes sex change or differential mortality in the native mud shrimp, Upogebia pugettensis (Dana, 1852). Aquatic Invasions 12(2). DOI: 10.3391/ai.2017.12.2.09

Asson, D. 2013. What’s that on the Beach? Designing a protocol for the identification and reporting of stranded marine fish, squid, and turtles, using the Oregon coast as a proof-of-concept.        (Master’s project paper). Retrieved from Oregon State University Scholar’s Archive. URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1957/42684

Asson, D. 2011. Under the Sea: An evaluation of the establishment and continued effectiveness of the Galápagos National Park and Marine Reserve in Ecuador. (Undergraduate thesis). Retrieved from Oregon State University Scholar’s Archive. URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1957/25846

 

Conference presentations

Asson, D., Pressey, R., Connolly, S., Bridge, T. 2017. Using Generalized Dissimilarity Modeling to reclassify the bioregions of the Great Barrier Reef

Asson, D., Hanshumaker, W. 2015. Beached Marine Critters.

Asson, D., Hanshumaker, W. 2015. What’s that on the beach?

Asson, D., Chapman, J. W., Dumbauld, B. R. 2015. Invasive isopod parasite Orthione griffenis does not induce sex change in mud shrimp Upogebia pugettensis.

Asson, D., Hanshumaker, W. 2014. What’s that on the beach?

Asson, D. 2013. What’s that on the beach?

Asson, D., Hanshumaker, W. 2012. Designing a Protocol for the Identification and Reporting of Stranded Marine Fish, Cephalopods, and Reptiles Using the Oregon Coast as a Proof of Concept.

Asson, D., Hanshumaker, W. 2012. What’s that on the beach?

Asson, D., Chapman, J. W., Dumbauld, B. R. 2010. Population structures of the mud shrimp Upogebia pugettensis and its introduced parasitic isopod Orthione griffenis within and among Oregon estuaries.

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James Cook University Townsville
Queensland 4811 Australia

Phone: 61 7 4781 4000
Email: info@coralcoe.org.au