WRIGHT, Daniel

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Research expertise

  • Fisheries management
  • Aquatic Ecology
  • Parasitology
  • Aquaculture-environment interactions

Background

Daniel is a Fisheries Scientist at the Narrandera Fisheries Centre (NFC). Previously a Postdoctoral Researcher studying aquaculture-environment interactions at the Institute of Marine Research in Norway, he now explores ways to improve fisheries management in the Murray-Darling Basin. He currently works on projects investigating how riverine fish communities respond to environmental flow delivery and to what extent freshwater mussels cope with extreme summer conditions. His research involves collaborations with universities as well as other government research institutions, and the co-supervision of postgraduate students.

Qualifications

  • PhD - University of Melbourne 2016
  • BSc (Hons) - Australian National University 2008
  • BSc - University of Queensland 2003

Projects

  • Monitoring Evaluation and Research - Lachlan River (Fish component)
  • Monitoring Evaluation and Research - Murrumbidgee River (Fish component)
  • Monitoring Evaluation and Research - Edward-Wakool River (Fish component)
  • Desiccation tolerance of freshwater mussels in the Murray-Darling Basin

Recent publications

Please refer to Daniel's Google scholar page.

Contact details

Location: Narrandera
Phone: (02) 6958 8204
Email: daniel.wright@dpi.nsw.gov.au