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Adjuncts and Collaborators

NameInterests   External affiliationFurther information
Dr Claire CharltonMarine mammal science and conservation, in particular southern right whales in the Head of the Great Australian Bight. The Great Australian Bight Right Whale StudyThe Great Australian Bight Right Whale Study website
Dr Marcos Rossi dos SantosAnimal behaviour, cetacean ecology, bioacoustics, soundscape ecology, anthropogenic impacts, conservation, environmental assessment studies. Acoustic Ecology and Animal Behaviour Laboratory - Federal University of Reconcavo da Bahia - BrazilCurtin Research Profile
Dr Tim GourlayShip hydrodynamics and wave mechanicsPerth HydroPerth Hydro website
Dr Darryl McMahonFollowing 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 PalNaval architecture and ship designPrabhat Pal Staff Profile
Dr Miles ParsonsThe use of passive and active acoustic techniques to census marine fauna and their responses to anthropogenic activity.Australian Institute for Marine ScienceMiles Parsons ResearchGate profile
Dr Paulus (Justy) SiwabessyUnderwater acoustics, sonar systems and seafloor mappingGeoscience AustraliaPaulus Justy W. Siwabessy ResearchGate profile
Dr Chandra Salgado-KentChandra is a marine ecologist and bio-acoustician working in a wide range of conservation and management topics.Ocean’s Blueprint and Edith Cowan UniversityChandra Salgado-Kent ECU staff profile
Dr Brian MillerMarine 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 DivisionBrian Miller Australian Marine Mammal Centre Profile
Dr Kate RobbFounding 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 FoundationKate Robb Marine Mammal Foundation Profile