Professor, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania Research in the fields of Paleoceanography and Biogeochemistry, focusing on the interaction between chemical cycles and biological activity in the oceans, and how these are affected by climate.
ARC Future Fellow, Senior Lecturer, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of TasmaniaResearch on the efficacy and environmental side-effects of marine CO2 removal methods such as Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement, Ocean Afforestation, Ocean Iron Fertilisation, and Ocean Artificial Upwelling.
Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Tasmania Expert in global environmental law and governance, focused on strategies to respond to climate change at global and regional institutions and the international laws that affect them.
Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Tasmania Research that spanned the legal and policy dimensions of climate change adaptation, including urban planning and coastal management, liability and insurance issues.
ARC Laureate Fellow,Professor, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies,University of Tasmania Transdisciplinary research across ocean biogeochemistry, biological oceanography, phytoplankton processes, and open ocean ecosystems, including carbon sequestration. His experience also includes marine approaches to climate intervention, and the development of research governance.