Gary Truong

Gary Truong
UNSW Sydney | UNSW · Evolution & Ecology Research Centre

BSc

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July 2015 - present
UNSW Sydney
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  • Lab Demonstrator

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Marine ecosystems are experiencing rapid shifts under climate change scenarios and baleen whales are vulnerable to environmental change, although not all impacts are yet clear. We identify how the migration behaviour of the Chagos whale, likely a pygmy blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus brevicauda), has changed in association with shifts in environm...
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There are multiple blue whale acoustic populations found across the Southern Hemisphere. The different subspecies of blue whales feed in separate areas, but during their migration to lower-latitude breeding areas each year, Antarctic blue whales become sympatric with pygmy and Chilean blue whales. Few studies have compared the degree of this overla...
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A widely documented impact of ocean warming is the poleward shift in species’ distributions. This includes the global movement of tropical fishes into temperate rocky reefs. The ecological impacts of such range extensions are, however, largely unknown. We compared the feeding habits of herbivorous tropical surgeonfishes (Acanthuridae) to that of wa...

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