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Brigitte Sommer

Postdoctoral Researcher

The Marine Palaeoecology Lab

Email: b***@***.au

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The Marine Palaeoecology Lab

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27 October 2016 Professor John Pandolfi and members of the Marine Palaeoecology Lab attended the Subtropical Bleaching Workshop hosted by the National Marine ...more

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Conservation planning Archives - Decision Point Online

decision-point.com.au [cached]

The blue groper (Achoerodus viridis, the large blue fish upper left) is a subtropical and temperate reef species that is protected in Australia. It is accompanied by Australian Mados (Atypichthys strigatus, the smaller striped fish) which are subtropical endemics on the Australian east coast. (Image by Brigitte Sommer)
By Maria Beger and Brigitte Sommer (University of Queensland)


People | Marine Palaeoecology

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Brigitte Sommer
Lower row: Ruth Thurstan, Sarah Buckley, Alberto Rodriguez-Ramirez, Eugenia Sampayo, Maria Beger, Brigitte Sommer


Contact | Marine Palaeoecology

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Brigitte Sommer


Australian Coral Reef Society

www.australiancoralreefsociety.org [cached]

Ms Brigitte Sommer
The University of Queensland b.sommer@uq.edu.au


Developing Australia's national system of marine reserves: A statement of concern about the proposal for Australia's South West Marine Region | Centre for Conservation Geography

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Brigitte Sommer, PhD candidate, ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, University of Queensland.


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