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Details of Dr Tim Dempster   


Gender male
Job title Researcher
Department Sustainable Aquaculture Laboratory
Tel +61 3 90353454
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Website http://www.zoology.unimelb.edu.au/staff2/profile,research,dempster.html, http://www.preventesacpe.eu
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Degree PhD Fish Ecology (University of Sydney)
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture
Research Activities 1. Ecological effects of fisheries and aquaculture on wild fish populations. 2. Sensory and behavior-based investigations of fish and marine animals. 3. Ecological principles for management of fisheries and aquaculture. 4. Determining the environmental effects of escaped fish from marine aquaculture and developing methods to prevent escape. 5. Invasion ecology
Research Region 71, 100, 84, 58, 95, 93, 94
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr Tim DEMPSTER)

Dempster T, Sanchez-Jerez P (2008) Coastal aquaculture and marine space planning in Europe: an ecological perspective. In: Aquaculture in the Ecosystem. Eds Holmer M, Black K, Karrakassis I, Duarte C.
Moe H, Dempster T, Sunde LM, Winther U, Fredheim A (2007) Technological solutions and operational measures to prevent escapes of Atlantic Cod (Gadus morhua) from sea-cages. Aquaculture Research 38: 90-99
Tuya F, Sanchez-Jerez P, Dempster T, Boyra A, Haroun R (2006) Changes in demersal wild fish aggregations beneath a sea-cage fish farm after the cessation of farming. Journal of Fish Biology 69: 682-697
Dempster T, Taquet M (2004) Fish aggregation device (FAD) research; gaps in current knowledge and future directions for ecological studies. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 14(1): 21-42
Dempster T, Kingsford MJ (2003) Attraction of pelagic fishes to fish aggregation devices (FADs): the role of sensory cues. Marine Ecology Progress Series 258: 213-222
Dempster T, Sanchez-Jerez P, Bayle-Sempere JT, Giminez-Casualdero F, Valle C (2002) Attraction of wild fish to sea-cage fish farms in the south-western Mediterranean Sea: spatial and short-term variability. Marine Ecology Progress Series 242: 237-252

Created: 2006-09-15 Last Updated: 2015-07-02 by Tim DEMPSTER