The Fisheries Ecology and Aquaculture research group engages in a wide range of experimental and field studies.
As a result, the research group accesses a variety of facilities within the University.
We maintain a well-equipt laboratory for larval fish studies including image analysis, freeze dryer, and micro-balances. Our otolith preparation and analysis laboratory holds embedding, cutting, and polishing equipment, micorscope and imaging facilities, and a micromill for extraction of precision samples of otolith material for isotope and element analysis.
Our research also involves the use of other university facilities and resources. You can read more about these here: