Neil R Loneragan Australian Society for Fish Biology Conference 2022

Neil R Loneragan

Professor Emeritus Neil Loneragan is a Professor of Marine Ecology and Conservation at Murdoch University, Western Australia and prior to this was the Inaugural Chair of Fisheries Science, Leader of the Environmental and Conservation Sciences at Murdoch University and Chaired the board of the Asia Research Centre at Murdoch. He has research interests in fish and invertebrate ecology, estuarine and marine food webs, stock enhancement and small-scale fisheries and supervises graduate research students in these areas. Before joining Murdoch, he spent 14 years with CSIRO, based in Brisbane working on prawn fisheries and habitats in northern Australia and through southeast Asia. He is an adjunct Professor at IPB University in Bogor Indonesia, where together with Dr Adrian Hordyk and Indonesian collaborators, particularly Dr Budy Wiryawan, ran workshops on Fisheries Science and Management Strategy Evaluation for Data-limited Fisheries ( He has been a member of the Asian Fisheries Society (AFS) since 2004 and on the AFS Council from 2011-2016, 2019-2022 and is the President of the 14th Council of AFS. He was a co-organiser of the 7th Indo-Pacific Fish and ASFB Conference in 2009 and the 4th International Symposium on Stock Enhancement and Sea Ranching (ISSESR4), in collaboration with AFS as part of the 4th Asian Fisheries Forum in Shanghai in 2011.

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