Dr Tim Alexander

Tim holds a PhD in marine ecology from the University of Tasmania and has over 20 years’ experience working in marine and freshwater environments. Tim has been involved in monitoring programs in intertidal shores, rocky reef, estuarine, river and lake ecosystems. He has extensive experience in marine sediment sampling and analysis, as well as the use of video to collect habitat and behavioural data, including with remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), airborne drones and baited remote underwater video (BRUVs). Tim holds a Coxswain boat license and dive controller certificate with over 250 hours working underwater.