Alan Kendrick is Marine Science Program Leader and leads a team of marine scientists who work on:
Alan’s recent research examines the ecology of intertidal reefs, mangroves and estuarine benthic invertebrate communities and he also works on the design and implementation of long-term monitoring. He has also studied seagrass fishes, particularly the spatial and trophic ecology and reproductive biology of temperate syngnathid fishes (pipefishes and seahorses). Alan has previously worked for Parks and Wildlife as a Marine Planning Officer and has also worked in regionally-based positions as the Marine Park Coordinator for the Shark Bay District and as Marine and Coastal Ecologist for Pilbara Region.
2002. PhD, Centre for Fish and Fisheries Research, Murdoch University.
1993. Honours, School of Biological Sciences, Murdoch University.
1983. Bachelor of Science (Zoology), University of Western Australia.
2014-present. Marine Science Program Leader.
2008–2014. Senior Temperate Research Scientist.
2005–2008. Marine and Coastal Ecologist, Pilbara Region.
2005. Marine Park Coordinator, Shark Bay District.
2003–2004. Marine Planning Officer.
2003. Coastal and Marine Project Officer, Southwest Region.
Membership of Professional Associations.
Australian Marine Science Association.
Australian Society for Fish Biology.