Mariana Fuentes' Research Group
Postdoctoral and Professional Researchers
PhD Committee Advisees
Visiting Scientists and Students
Marine mega-fauna in a changing world
Resilience of marine mega-fauna
Prioritization of resources
Spatial ecology of marine mega-fauna
Other themes of interest
Book and Book Chapters
Educational Material - Climate Change and Sea turtles in Florida
Dr. Jess Williams (graduated 2016 ) - PhD Searching for practical solutions to sea turtles poaching in Mozambique. School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, James Cook University.
Dr. Christopher Cleguer ( graduated 2015 ) - PhD Informing Dugong Conservation Across a Multiple Spatial-Temporal Scales in a Tropical Reef Ecosystem: New Caledonia as a Case Study. School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, James Cook University.
Christian Gredzens (graduated 2013) The spatial ecology of marine mega-fauna. School of Marine and Tropical Biology, James Cook University . (Masters of Science Independent project).
Jessica Morris (graduated 2013) - MSc Towards an understanding of the global effort to understand the impacts of climate change on sea turtles. School of Marine and Tropical Biology, James Cook University (Masters of Science Independent project).
Julie Jourdan (graduated 2011) - MSc Effectiveness of different management strategies to mitigate the impacts of projected increases in temperature on sea turtle reproductive output. ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies and Université de Montpellier, France