Favourite papers?

Bolin, J. A., Schoeman, D. S., Pizà‐Roca, C., & Scales, K. L. (2020). A current affair: entanglement of humpback whales in coastal shark‐control nets. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation, 6(2), 119–128.

McDonald, G. G., Costello, C., Bone, J., Cabral, R. B., Farabee, V., Hochberg, T., ... & Zahn, O. (2021). Satellites can reveal global extent of forced labor in the world’s fishing fleet. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118(3), e2016238117.

Tori Nunis

Masters student
BSc - Marine and Wildlife Biology | Griffith University

Tori is a Master of Science student, majoring in marine biology. After completing her undergraduate degree, Tori spent the following two and a half years working as a full-time marine biologist in the Maldives. Here she focused mainly on sea turtle rehabilitation, coral reef restoration and science communication/education. It was also in the Maldives that Tori became interested in the importance of fish and small-scale fisheries to developing nations such as the Maldives.

Tori's current projects:

  • Creating a shark and ray checklist for the Shark Search Indo-Pacific project for Samoa

  • Understanding the composition of fish which local communities are landing and consuming throughout the Indo-West Pacific

Favourite species?
Ornate Eagle Ray (Aetomylaeus vespertilio)