Dr Alastair Harborne
Honorary University Fellow
I am a coral reef ecologist with wide ranging interests in fish and coral ecology, with the overarching aim of using ecological insights to aid biodiversity conservation. My key research interest concerns the processes affecting the abundance of reef fishes on reefs, but I am also interested in the landscape ecology of reefs and the design and effects of marine reserves. I am a member of the Environment and Evolution research group.
I am now an ARC DECRA Fellow working at the University of Queensland. For more information please visit my Queensland staff profile.
2007 PhD (Exeter)
1993 BSc (Southampton)