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Libby Rowley
Marine eco-physiologist and ecological modeller studying Irukandji box jellyfish in OZ | | PhD - JCU Cairns | APA Scholar | Proud Kiwi 🇳🇿
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Mine CetinkayaRundel Sep 18
Finally an end to the vs. 🐍 debate!
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Libby Rowley Sep 18
One's trash is another's treasure! Spot our terrestrial 'jellyfish' 😂😀♨️ We are soon to head into the gulf-country to test novel techniques for the identification and survey of . However, it is always best to sort out logistics on dry land first!
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Martha Cooper Sep 9
I'm almost finished and this fantastic supervisor is looking for another PhD student! Get in touch!
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Libby Rowley Sep 8
Awesome! Have fun!
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Libby Rowley Sep 8
Today is the day!!! participants have their first . So awesome to see everyone consolidating what they have learnt over the past 8 weeks!
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Libby Rowley Sep 6
Check out these themed e-reader cases that my very talented older sister made for and I. Can you guess whose is whose?
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National Geographic Sep 3
When you look closer at this 16-foot jellyfish, what else can you see?
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Libby Rowley Sep 5
Replying to @GelatinousSting
Congrats!!!
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Libby Rowley Sep 3
Its getting real. Prepping for the last stinger season of my . Not a bad way to spend an afternoon!
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Carly Randall Sep 1
We are recruiting an exceptional PhD student for an exciting opportunity to study coral recruitment dynamics and JCU starting Jan2020. Check out this website for more information: . Hurry, the deadline to apply is 30 Sept.
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Ashley Waardenberg Aug 30
on offer to join a multi-disciplinary research institute working on real world health problems
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Cheryl Lewis Ames Aug 28
Looks like a nice day at Naha port in Okinawa. Look a little closer at those white spots moving. Successful morning collecting eDNA and specimens of deadly Chironex yamaguchii
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Libby Rowley Aug 28
This is awesome! We are doing some eDNA stuff over here in Australia with and on Carukia barnesi and id love to hear more about what you are doing.
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Dr Tara McAllister Aug 27
MĀORI ACADEMICS ARE SEVERELY UNDER-REPRESENTED IN NZ UNIS. We make up only ~5% of the total % of academics at NZ’s unis incl. (1/10).
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Tyler Aug 23
Monterey Bay Aquarium x BART are tired of everyone’s shit
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Chris Fulton Aug 25
Looking for a PhD in a vibrant marine ecology & conservation group where you'll learn field skills, experimental design, multivariate modelling & more? If you're an Aus or NZ citizen/perm.resident please get in touch by 16 Sept.
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Libby Rowley Aug 25
Got the travel grant✅abstract accepted ✅ here we come! Watch out the Australian jellyfish crew are coming for you!
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Libby Rowley Aug 25
Replying to @kerryacameron @NMSCSCU
This is amazing great work! Next time your up our way i'm putting in a request for an Irukandji cake. Not true to scale though... 😂♨️
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Ashley Waardenberg Aug 25
PhD (3-year) scholarship on offer at the Australian Institute for Tropical Health and Medicine (AITHM) - Systems immunology and multi-omics approaches to understand protective immunity to human malaria @ Cairns, Australia. See link…
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Nicholas Bezio Aug 19
Flower Hat Jellyfish (Olindias formosus) is arguably one of the most colorful and extravagant of the hydrozoans with its numerous tentacles tipped with glowing spots used to lure in prey.
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