Australian Marine Science Conference Eventranet 2017
About the presenter
I joined CSIRO after completing her Bachelor of Science with Honours at the University of Tasmania. I have worked in various areas of marine research, including ecomorphology and diet of fishes, conservation values assessments, and analyses of fish and invertebrate community structures. With the development of non-destructive sampling techniques such as video, I moved into the field of annotation and interpretation of photographic and video data of benthic habitats and communities. Based on my strong background in data base management and multivariate statistics, my principal role now is in data management and analysis. Particularly integrating new observational data with existing marine biodiversity data sets for use in conservation management and biodiversity modelling to inform decision makers and stakeholders.
Presentations by Franziska Althaus
Benthic invertebrate megafauna of the deep Great Australian Bight