Dr Baring's research spans a wide variety of intertidal and subtidal habitats in estuaries, bays, harbours and open coastlines. In those habitats he has investigated; marine pest monitoring and incursions, impacts of resource industry construction and decommission, dredging operations in ports and harbours, habitat and trophic functioning, marine park zoning, ecological accounting and drought response of estuaries. Dr Baring is not necessarily focused on specific fauna or flora under investigation (although he does have a fondness for fish) but more about understanding ecosystem processes to improve management outcomes. He also has strong interest in improving the scientific rigour of ecological research by refining statistical processes to answer complex ecological questions.
PhD, Flinders University
BSc Mar. Biol. (Hons)
2018 - Dean (Education) Award for Excellence in Teaching and Innovation
2017 - Selected as Australian Marine Sciences Association representative for Science Meets Parliament, Canberra
2009 - University Medal & Chancellor's Letter of Commendation
2008 - Chancellor's Letter of Commendation
Marine and freshwater ecology, Fish biology and ecology, Ecosystem processes, Experimental design and statistics
Member of Australian Marine Sciences Association
- Current elected member of National Council
- Current elected member of SA branch committee
Member of Australian Society for Fish Biology
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