"What is a scientist after all? It is a curious man looking through the keyhole of nature, trying to understand what's going on..." Jacques-Yves Cousteau (1971)

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Dr Fabrice Jaine

Sydney Institute of Marine Science &

Macquarie University

Fabrice holds a PhD in Animal Ecology and Bachelor of Science (Honours in Marine Biology) from the University of Queensland, Australia, and a Bachelor of Environmental Science from SKEMA Bachelors in France.

 

An avid ocean enthusiast, diver and photographer, Fabrice has spent much of the last decade educating the general public about the marine realm and engaging in research and conservation efforts in various parts of the world. He has contributed to several high-profile documentaries and key scientific outputs on threatened ocean giants such as manta rays, and currently acts as Scientific Adviser for the Manta Trust (www.mantatrust.org), a UK charity that coordinates global research and conservation efforts for mobulid rays. 

Research Interests

Fabrice's research interest span a broad range of topics, ranging from the ecology of marine megafauna species through to animal telemetry technology and global impacts of fisheries and climate change on fish stocks.

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Current Projects

Fabrice's current research explores the following themes through various active collaborations, grants and student supervision.

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Publications

Fabrice regularly authors peer-reviewed scientific articles ranging from broad animal ecology studies through to technological advances and reviews of the state-of-knowledge.

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Media Features

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