Dr Claudia Catterall BSc(UQ), MSc(Qual)(UQ), PhD(SCU) Claudia is an Associate Lecturer in the School of Environmental Science and Management, and is involved in teaching several units including Biology, Ecology and Plant Identification and Conservation. Claudia’s research interests include coral reef seaweed ecology, rainforest ecology and native vegetation conservation, and her current research focus is on the conservation significance of small rainforest remnants in the Big Scrub area of northern NSW, an area which was previously the largest expanse of subtropical rainforest in Australia, but which is now largely cleared.
Succession and community structure of reef flat algae at Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia, PhD thesis, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW (2002)
There is little published information on the distribution, abundance, seasonality and ecological roles of benthic...
Community structure and succession of reef flat algae at Heron Island, Proceedings of Australian Coral Reef Society Annual Scientific Conference (1999)
Introduced marine species in northern New South Wales, Australia: a risk assessment from the Camden Haven River to Tweed Heads (with R Scott and Daniel J. Bucher), Northern Rivers Catchment Management Authority (2007)
The invasive marine alga caulerpa taxifolia and its potential threat to northern New South Wales (with P Window), Northern Rivers Catchment Management Authority (2007)