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Australian Research Council - Discovery Early Career Researcher Award

Corals of the future: adaptation potential of Australian reefs to a changing climate

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$445,137 over 6 years
Oceans are changing. Coral reefs are natural wonders of high socio-economic value but are under threat. Conservation genomics can inform managers where to move or establish reserves to prioritize biodiversity protection. This DECRA will help prepare Australia?s prized reefs against future decline by identifying ?bright spot? reefs that protect three of the most fundamental biological processes found in nature: dispersal, symbioses, and adaptation. Outcomes include quantifying unknown genetic baselines to help managers optimise protection to sustain future reef ecosystem services. This will boost Australia?s standing as a global leader in the next conservation planning revolution using genomics.
Kate Quigley (College of Science & Engineering)
Coral Reefs; Symbiosis; Heat Tolerance; Climate Change; Marine Protected Areas; Adaptation

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These Higher Degree Research projects are either current or by students who have completed their studies within the past 5 years at JCU. Linked titles show theses available within ResearchOnline@JCU.

  • Computational and Experimental Biology to characterise and understand Symbiodiniaceae; Biodiversity and fitness across 4 Australian Heritgae Sites (PhD , Primary Advisor)
  • Trade-offs of acclimation to thermal stress in scleractinian corals (PhD , External Advisor)

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