This award is recognition of the hard work of past and present researchers including Simon Goldsworthy, Brad Page, Paul Rogers, Charlie Huveneers, Guido Parra, Kristian Peters, Lachie McLeay, Annelise Wiebkin, Andrew Lowther, Derek Hamer, Peter Shaughnessy, Luke Einoder and Alastair Baylis.
Groundbreaking research on Australian sea lions is featured as the cover story in the Jan-March edition of Australian Geographic. Author, Roy Hunt, accompanies SARDI’s Assoc. Prof. Simon Goldsworthy and Dr Brad Page to Dangerous Reef, South Australia, to give a first hand account of this innovative work.
Name: Simon Goldsworthy
University: Richmond University, Kensington Campus
Job title: Professor of Public Relations and Advertising
Left: SARDI's Assoc Professor Simon Goldsworthy watches over a male sea lion as anaesthesia takes effect, before removing the conductivity, temperature and depth logger that the animal has been carrying for six months. The device has helped capture important oceanographic data. Photo courtesy Roy Hunt.
|Roger Kirkwood||Phillip Island Nature Parks|
|Simon Goldsworthy||South Australian Research & Development Institute|