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Dominic Andradi-Brown


Dominic Andradi-Brown

Department of Zoology
University of Oxford

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My DPhil focuses on fish populations in mesophotic coral ecosystems (MCEs). MCEs occur in tropical regions extending from depths of 30m to the limit of the photic zone (approx. 150m) and are often connected to shallow coral reef ecosystems, where it is suggested they provide an important reservoir of recruits for coral and fish populations. Their importance to overall reef resilience in the face of human disturbances such as overfishing is largely unknown and there is a lack of evidence for whether fish populations on shallow coral reefs and adjacent MCEs are connected.

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Research details (top 5 / category)
Fields
5  Biodiversity
3  Ecology
3  Community structure
2  Connectivity
1  Fisheries

Focusgroups
3  Fish
1  Scleractinia (Hard Corals)
1  Crustacea
1  Other invertebrates

Locations
4  Honduras-Bay Islands
1  Bahamas
1  Bermuda
1  Curaçao
1  Israel-Eilat

Platforms
3  Diving (unspecified)
2  Diving - Technical Open-Circuit
2  Diving - Technical Rebreather
1  Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV)
1  Diving - Regular Open-Circuit

Co-authors
2  Lesser
2  Slattery
1  Appeldoorn
1  Bejarano
1  Bongaerts