Favourite papers?

Bolin, J., Schoeman, D., Pizà‐Roca, C., & Scales, K. (2019). A current affair: entanglement of humpback whales in coastal shark‐control nets. Remote Sensing In Ecology And Conservation, 6(2), 119-128. doi: 10.1002/rse2.133

McDonald, G., Costello, C., Bone, J., Cabral, R., Farabee, V., & Hochberg, T. et al. (2020). Satellites can reveal global extent of forced labor in the world’s fishing fleet. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences, 118(3). doi: 10.1073/pnas.2016238117

Tori Nunis

Masters student
BSc Marine and Wildlife Biology, Griffith University
MSc James Cook 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 project:

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

Favourite species?
Ornate Eagle Ray Aetomylaeus vespertilio