Hannah Calich, Lucy Arrowsmith, Michelle VanCompernolle, and Megan Meyers to present their research at a 4-day retreat in Albany (Western Australia) organised by the University of Western Australia’s (UWA) Oceans Graduate School (OGS)!
Dr Ana Sequeira has joined the dissertation committee for Ms Arina Favilla who is doing her PhD degree at the University of California, Santa Cruz (USCS).
We are excited to see what 2021 holds for Sequeiralab
Festive greetings from SequeiraLab
As 2020 draws to a close, we are reflecting on the year that was. Despite the pandemic-related challenges, SequeiraLab had a productive year...
The recent Nature paper led by Nuno Queiroz and David Sims plus a team of co-authors including Dr Ana Sequeira is now in the top 1% of cited papers within the same field and publication year!
We are excited to report back on our first field trip to Shark Bay as part of the Gathaagudu Animal Tracking (GAT) Project. The team of co-CIs Ana Sequeira and Matthew Fraser, and members Takahiro Shimada and Mike Taylor were rewarded in making the 1,600 km round trip from Perth to Denham in Shark Bay with spectacular views and the chance to get to know the stakeholders in that World Heritage Area.
We are excited to report that Dr Ana Sequeira was invited to write a dispatch for the esteemed journal Current Biology.
Ana has been awarded a prestigious grant from the Australian Research Council as lead Chief Investigator of a team of four. The grant is for their global project Dynamic assessment of threats to marine megafauna in face of global change.
Dr Ana Sequeira's global collaborative projects were recently featured in the Pawsey Supercomputer Center's Science Showcase. The projects involve hundreds of researchers worldwide combining their tracking datasets and they have now collated over three decades of animal movement data.