contains links to collections of web based things I have made over
the past few years. Over the past 5 years I have worked on representation of
fish in hydrodynamic models with Turnpenny Horsfield Associates (THA).
I now work
University as a research assistant
in the Department of Zoology. I'm in the animal behaviour group. I
am looking at the adaptations
Hill Stream Loaches to very strong currents.
In the above picture the fish on the left is a
Sewellia lineolata and there are two juveniles (the one above is a
sub-adult about a year old, and the one on the right is a juvenile
about a month old).
I've been obsessed
with krill and their interaction with whales for about 10 years now,
and recently had a
paper about krill accepted by Marine Ecology Progress Series.
Anyhow, here below are a couple of dwarf minke
whales we saw near the Great Barrier Reef.