Dean Gilligan is a senior research scientist in the NSW Department of Primary Industries Freshwater Ecosystems research team. He joined NSW Fisheries in 1998 and has undertaken research into fish passage, state-wide freshwater fish monitoring, environmental flows, threatened species biology and recovery, carp impacts and control, population genetics and species distribution modelling. He has worked from the Port Stephens Fisheries Centre, Narrandera Fisheries Centre (where he spent 7 years as Director of Research) and is now based at Batemans Bay Fisheries Office. He has produced over 100 scientific outputs and has co-supervised 13 post-graduate students at various Universities. Dean is a member of the NSW Governments Fisheries Scientific Committee, a NSW representative on the Australian Society for Fish Biology's Threatened Fishes Committee and is Program Leader of the Invasive Animals CRC's Inland Waters Research program.
Please refer to Dean Gilligan's Google scholar page.
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