Qualifications Doctor of Philosophy-University of Queensland Bachelor of Science (1st Class Honours)-University of Queensland Bachelor of Science-University of Queensland Associate Professor Daryl McPhee is the Associate Dean (Research) at the Institute of Sustainable Development (Bond University) and an ex-director of the Commonwealth governments Fisheries Research and Development Corporation which administers $27 million worth of research funding nationally. He has published over seventy reports and publications include the textbook Fisheries Management in Australia (Federation Press). Dr McPhee has undertaken consulting projects on a range of projects including the impacts of dredging and spoil disposal, LNG plants and pipelines, sand extraction, bauxite mining, port developments, desalination, thermal discharge from power generation, and fisheries and marine aquaculture. He is internationally recognised as a leader in fisheries management research and in terms of recreational fishing, is one of the most well published researchers in Australia. Dr McPhee has prepared statutory environmental assessments and appraisals for the NSW Department of Planning for a range of marine and coastal projects, and been heavily involved in aquaculture planning in NSW. He is currently working on the book: Time and Tide: Understanding and Managing Moreton Bay to be published in 2013.
Marine park planning and recreational fishing: Is the science lost at sea? Case studies from Australia, The international journal of science in society (2011)
“No take” marine parks are widely advocated and increasingly utilised as a tool aimed at...
The management of recreational fisheries, Marine resources management (2011)
Coastal fisheries are complex ecological and social systems. In many countries, including Australia, they have...