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Ama Ravindi WakwellaSurface water transport into sediment by Amphinomid worms
April DingleThe Effect of Morphology and Predator Presence on Righting Behaviour in Two Species of Echinoidea
Barbara Nuic VidigalTentacle and acontia cnidocysts of the sea anemone Exaiptasia pallida
Brenton John BodleyThe Effect of Temperature on Blood transport channels through the test ofBotrylloides leachii
Caitlin WallAlgal Blooms and Sponge Filtration; How Increasing Algal Concentration Affects the Filtration Rate ofAmphimedon queenslandica
Chantel Ulani SayThe effect of microplastics on the feeding activity of the ascidian Pyura stolonifera
Cheyenne Mercy MoreauEffects of Conspecific Competition and Body Size on Pyura Stolonifera Filtration Rate
Clarisse LouvardEffects of environmental microplastics contamination on the polychaete worm Cirriformia sp. (family Cirratulidae)
Darren de SilvaFeeding selectivity of pipis (Plebidonax deltoids) amongst varying phytoplankton species
Hannah LindstromDoes Chemical Signaling Play a Role in the Distributions of the Hercules Club Mud Whelk and Yellow-Striped Hermit Crab on the Cleveland Point Mudflat?
Harriet LawrenceInvestigating the regenerative potential of Tharyx sp. (Polychaeta: Cirratulidae)
Harriet AllenSelectivity in the filter feeding behaviour in Australian feather-duster worms (Family: Sabellidae)
Hoi IaoDoes buoyancy differ between copepod groups? A passive sinking experiment
Jacob BowtellDoes Size Matter? Epifaunal Host Preference in the Biofouling Ascidian,Styela plicata
Jason Jin Meng OoiHiding behaviour in marine polychaete: The role of body size on the anti-predator behaviour of Branchiomma sp. (Polycheata: Sabellidae)
Jolly Xue YangA potential biofilter of microplastics? The effect of microplastics on the feeding behaviour ofBranchiomma sp.
Julia Machado Quintaes CalvetDiversity of sclerites in the soft coral Cladiella sp.
Juliette MartineauPrimmorph formation and morphology of two niphatid sponges according to dissociated cell concentration
Kira Laura De GunzbourgAlgal feeding preference of the collector urchin (Tripneustes gratilla) and its use as a biological control agent
Loup PaitardThe use of Katelysia scalarina to assist the filtration of waste solids such as fish food in fish recirculating aquaculture systems
Mahnya Kershaw WoodGroup and individual feeding ability of the Polychaeteworm Eurythoe complanata
Mallory Manon BoveyInvestigations on Eurythoe complanata’s potential as a bioremediator specie for off-shore aquaculture
Margot Tenison BlighSelective uptake of algal cells (1-2 µm) or microplastic cells (1 µm) by the Demospongiae Haliclona sp. (OTU QM2474)via spectrophotometry.
Mark ScanlanThe use of Bivalves in Assisting Filtration of Waste Solids within Fish Aquaculture Systems
Morgan PurdyThe Regeneration of the Benthic Ctenophore, Coeloplana agniae.
Natasha SandersManaging Toxicity of Oxybenzone on Coral Reefs with Sponges: Is it possible?
Nils JonssonA Comparison in Clearance Rates Between Microplastics(10µm) and Different Algal Cell Sizes (Nano <2µm, 4-7µm and 7-20µm) by theDemospongiae Amphimedon sp.
Scott PeggComparison of individual and groupbehaviour of varying sizes of the light-blue soldier crabs (Mictyrislongicarpus) in the presence of a predator
Sean PurcellPalaemon serrifer ingests very few microplastic particles
Taleya Amy LoaderRe-emergence response of fan worms: the effect of differing wavelengths of light on the re-emergence time of Branchiomma sp.
Ting Him Wallace LoTrypaea australiensis: larvae inspection and a study on burrowing efficiency on different substrates
Tyen-Yin LimThe covering behaviour of the sea urchin Salmacis Sphaeroides
Vanessa ClarkThe effect of heterotrophically sourced nutrition on the density of zooxanthellae in Aiptasia Pallida (Verrill).
William HoldenLearning in Polychaetes: A study of the Seripulidae Genus
Yat Long Angus LiFeeding response of Trichomya hirsuta in different algal concentrations: A possible solution to eutrophication