DR Eric Treml

DR Eric Treml

Positions

  • More information can be found on my lab website: https://etreml.wordpress.com/
  • Quantitative marine ecology and conservation, coral reef ecology, biogeography, population connectivity, network theory, landscape ecology and GIS.

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Education and training

  • PhD, Duke University 2006
  • MSc, University of Charleston 2000
  • BSc, University of Wisconsin 1994

Awards and honors

  • Spatial Ecology and Telemetry Working Group Award (Roberts et al. 2010), The Wildlife Society, 2012
  • Outstanding Paper in Landscape Ecology Award (Treml et al. 2008), US Regional International Association for Landscape Ecology, 2009

Supervision

Available for supervision

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Supervision Statement

  • Lab Website :
         https://etreml.wordpress.com/

    Google Scholar profile :
         https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=uDAPcB4AAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao

    Research interests
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    Quantitative marine ecology and conservation, biogeography, population connectivity, network theory, landscape ecology and geographic information science. We use a variety of tools, including spatial dynamic modelling, spatial statistics, network analysis, HPC programming, geographic information system (GIS), and remote sensing.

    Potential MPhil/PhD projects :
    • Exploring the geographic patterns in marine population connectivity and the influence on genetic and biogeographic patterns.
    • Metapopulation dynamics and resilience in the rocky reefs of Port Phillip Bay, Victoria.
    • Understanding the recruitment and persistence in Victorian abalone and rock lobster fisheries using ecological modelling and local habitat assessment.
    • Quantifying animal movement through habitat networks for conservation prioritisation.