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Project 1.1 'Monitoring status and trends of coral reefs of the Great Barrier Reef'
Project 2.2. 'Mangrove and freshwater habitat status of Torres Strait islands'
Project 2.3 'Monitoring the health of Torres Strait coral reefs'

Having locals identify environmental research needs for their own community is a key step to ensuring that research is relevant, appropriate and desirable for communities.

Professor Steve Williams is a Professor at James Cook University’s Centre for Tropical Biodiversity and Climate Change (CTBCC). He received his doctorate in 1998 from JCU and was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow from 1997-1999 in the Rainforest CRC. His research was the first to identify global climate change as a severe threatening process in the tropics and to predict the possibility of species extinctions in mountain systems around the world.

Professor Jones is a Professor in the School of Marine and Tropical Biology at JCU and maintains a large graduate group studying interactions between reef fish ecology, behaviour and life histories.


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