Connect with CMS

The Centre for Marine Socioecology is a collaboration between the University of Tasmania and the CSIRO, with support from the Australian Antarctic Division.  Meet the people of CMS and learn more about our vision.

About Us

Learn about our vision for the future and see who we are partnering with to make it happen

connect with us

Meet the people from around the world that make up our amazing team
_OXY_OPENING_BRACKET_oxy-burger-trigger ct_sign_sha256='1c3d0d14b2c3012150d40c0b87452b16a81700c3af76a76543c67d23c24501e6' ct_options='{"ct_id":428,"ct_parent":180,"selector":"-burger-trigger-428-109","original":{"flex-direction":"unset","display":"none"},"media":{"tablet":{"original":{"display":"flex"}}},"activeselector":false}'_OXY_CLOSING_BRACKET__OXY_OPENING_BRACKET_/oxy-burger-trigger_OXY_CLOSING_BRACKET_
Professor Greg Smith

Assoc Prof Rick Stuart-Smith

IMAS

Associate Professor

rick.stuartsmith@utas.edu.au
email link

Bio

Associate Professor Rick Stuart-Smith is a research fellow with the Ecology and Biodiversity group in the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies and in the NESP Marine Biodiversity Hub. His research covers aspects of biogeography, community and macro-ecology, and studies of human impacts, such as pollution, exploitation, invasive species and climate change on marine fauna and flora. A major motivation for his research is to improve the way marine biodiversity is monitored, reported, managed and protected, through contributing to more ecologically-informed policy at larger scales, and guiding local management.

University of TasmaniaInstitute of Marine and Antarctic StudiesCSIRO Department of the Environment
© copyright Centre for Marine Socioecology 2021
About this site
Top