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Stefan Williams


Stefan Williams

Australian Centre for Field Robotics
The University of Sydney  (Australia)



Research interests

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Professor Stefan Williams' research in the field of marine robotics is enhancing our ability to document, understand and thus protect our deep-water marine habitats. His current focus is on the development and deployment of autonomous underwater vehicles whose visual and acoustic sensors can gather data for the purpose of generating high-resolution 3D models of underwater marine environments.

Publications

  Please note that only publications relevant to mesophotic reefs are indexed.

New locality, depth, and size records and species character modifications of some Caribbean deep-reef/shallow slope fishes and a new host and local... | article
Bunkley-Williams L, Williams EH (2004)
Caribb J Sci 40:88-119
Topography, substratum and benthic macrofaunal relationships on a tropical mesophotic shelf margin, central Great Barrier Reef, Australia | article
Bridge TCL, Done TJ, Beaman RJ, Friedman A, Williams SB, Pizarro O, Webster JM (2011)
Coral Reefs 30:143-153


From corals to canyons: The Great Barrier Reef Margin | article
Webster JM, Beaman RJ, Bridge T, Davies PJ, Byrne M, Williams S, Manning P, Pizarro O, Thornborough K, Woolsey E, Thomas A, Tudhope S (2008)
Eos Trans A G U 89:217-218



Variability in mesophotic coral reef communities along the Great Barrier Reef, Australia | article
Bridge TCL, Done TJ, Friedman A, Beaman RJ, Williams SB, Pizarro O, Webster JM (2011)
Mar Ecol Prog Ser 428:63-75


Habitats and Benthos at Hydrographers Passage, Great Barrier Reef, Australia | article
Beaman RJ, Bridge T, Done T, Webster JM, Williams S, Pizarro O (2011)
Seafloor Geomorphology as Benthic Habitat


Stereo_imaging AUV detects trends in sea urchin abundance on deep overgrazed reefs | article
Ling SD, Mahon I, Marzloff M, Pizarro O, Johnson C, Williams S (2016)
Limnol Oceanogr Methods 14:293-304


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