Isabella ReevesFlinders University · College of Science and Engineering
Bachelor of Science (Marine Biology) (Honours)
PhD Candidate researching killer whale evolutionary ecology
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Citations since 2017
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Killer whale preying effort and predation success on large adult whales has long been in debate. For the past 10 years killer whales off the Western Australian (WA) coast have been observed successfully preying on humpback whale calves, minke whales and beaked whales. More recently, in 2019 and 2021 killer whales off the south coast of WA were obse...
Population genomic data sets have enhanced power to detect cryptic and complex population structure and generate valuable information for the conservation and management of wildlife species. Globally, killer whales (Orcinus orca) are considered to have a complex population structure due to their ability to specialize in a variety of ecological nich...
An understanding of population structure and connectivity at multiple spatial scales is required to assist wildlife conservation and management. This is particularly critical for widely distributed and highly mobile marine mammals subject to fisheries by-catch. Here, we present a population genomic assessment of a near-top predator, the common dolp...