Professor Greg Smith

Sheryl Hamilton

IMAS, University of Tasmania

PhD Student

sheryl.hamilton@utas.edu.au
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Bio

Sheryl is researching mitigation techniques for reducing marine mammal bycatch in commercial fishing gear. In particular, she is assessing the effectiveness of exclusion devices in trawl nets to reduce seal and sea lion mortality in Australian and New Zealand fisheries. Sheryl has a background in seabird ecology, wildlife population monitoring and environmental consulting, including assessments of the impact of fisheries bycatch on seabird, seal and sea lion populations.

University of TasmaniaInstitute of Marine and Antarctic StudiesCSIRO Department of the Environment
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