Cleaning juvenile otolith for microchemistry analysis. Collaborative project between IMR and Melbourne University, where we are using microchemistry techniques to establish percent contribution of each spawning ground to the 0-age juvenile herring population in the Barents Sea.
Grinded down herring otolith where the core is well visible. Ready for microchemistry analysis.
Vincentia conspersa being trialled in habitat choice experiment.
Setting up habitat choice experiment in Queenscliff Marine Facility.
Examining Estuarine health in NSW
Collecting fish samples using beach seine nets
Grinding sediment for future ICP-OES analysis. Subtidal Ecology and Ecotoxicology Laboratory, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
Preparing sediment and oyster tissue for ICP-OES analysis. SEE lab, UNSW, Sydney, Australia.