Adjuncts and Collaborators
|Dr Claire Charlton
|Marine mammal science and conservation, in particular southern right whales in the Head of the Great Australian Bight.
|The Great Australian Bight Right Whale Study
|The Great Australian Bight Right Whale Study website
|Dr Marcos Rossi dos Santos
|Animal behaviour, cetacean ecology, bioacoustics, soundscape ecology, anthropogenic impacts, conservation, environmental assessment studies.
|Acoustic Ecology and Animal Behaviour Laboratory - Federal University of Reconcavo da Bahia - Brazil
|Curtin Research Profile
|Dr Tim Gourlay
|Ship hydrodynamics and wave mechanics
|Perth Hydro website
|Dr Darryl McMahon
|Following retirement from DSTO in 2015, Darryl continues research on the fundamental theory for structural noise, vibration and acoustics as a CMST Adjunct Research Fellow.
|Darryl McMahon ResearchGate profile
|Dr Prabhat Pal
|Naval architecture and ship design
|Prabhat Pal Staff Profile
|Dr Miles Parsons
|The use of passive and active acoustic techniques to census marine fauna and their responses to anthropogenic activity.
|Australian Institute for Marine Science
|Miles Parsons ResearchGate profile
|Dr Paulus (Justy) Siwabessy
|Underwater acoustics, sonar systems and seafloor mapping
|Paulus Justy W. Siwabessy ResearchGate profile
|Dr Chandra Salgado-Kent
|Chandra is a marine ecologist and bio-acoustician working in a wide range of conservation and management topics.
|Ocean’s Blueprint and Edith Cowan University
|Chandra Salgado-Kent ECU staff profile
|Dr Brian Miller
|Marine mammal acoustician who is especially interested in passive acoustic population surveys, localisation, and tracking, as well as the effects of man-made noise on marine mammals.
|Australian Antarctic Division
|Brian Miller Australian Marine Mammal Centre Profile
|Dr Kate Robb
|Founding Director and Head of Research at the Marine Mammal Foundation. Interests include population modeling, genetics & genomics, geospatial mapping of marine mammal, social structure & toxicology studies.
|Marine Mammal Foundation
|Kate Robb Marine Mammal Foundation Profile