Marion Angelini

Marion Angelini
University of Tasmania · Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS)

MSc

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Introduction
My research interests focus on a better understanding of the influence of anthropogenic activities on marine life and its history.
Additional affiliations
March 2016 - present
IGeSA
Position
  • Scientific Mediator
Description
  • Scientific guide of field-trips in the National Parc of Port-Cros, creation of scientific educational medium.
March 2015 - July 2015
IGeSA
Position
  • Scientific Mediator
Description
  • scientific guide of field-trips in the National Parc of Port-Cros, creation of scientific educational medium.
January 2014 - June 2014
French National Institute for Agriculture, Food, and Environment (INRAE)
Position
  • Intern
Description
  • Study of interindividual selectivity by aquatic dams on the glass eels migration by proteomic and genomic anlysis.
Education
September 2011 - June 2014
Aix-Marseille Université
Field of study
  • Oceanography, speciality in Marine Ecology and Biology
September 2008 - June 2011
Aix-Marseille Université
Field of study
  • Earth and Universe Sciences, speciality in Marine and Environmental Sciences
September 2005 - June 2008
Lycée Albert Camus, Nîmes, France
Field of study
  • Scientific, speciality Life and Earth Sciences

Publications

Publications (2)
Article
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Fishways are built on obstacles to restore the connectivity between aquatic habitats. Our study investigated how species-specific fishways interact with interindividual trait differences among fish. We compared several groups of glass eels (Anguilla anguilla) climbing two types of fishways with those remaining below the water impoundments. We analy...

Questions

Questions (3)
Question
My project consists to evaluate the impact of the low dissolved oxygen on the prey of an endangered species. I would like to do a shuttle tank experiment to determine the dissolved oxygen threshold from when my animals (crabs) will start reacting. To do so I have the material from Loligo System but I miss one (or two) oxygen analyzer suitable for the software. ( https://www.loligosystems.com/1-channel-oxygen-analyzer-and-probe )
My PhD budget is limited and I know we often buy this kind of material to use only a few times. So I propose to extend its lifetime by using it on another project! (We are located in Hobart, Australia)
We are happy to pay the shipping fees of course, and we can discuss for any other requirement.
Thank you for your help.
Question
Hi,
We have Eucalyptus which make the same kind of fruits, but there are various opening for seeds on this fruits. We don't know if this difference comes from a specimen only or if it comes from two trees (fruits are founded on the flour). But it would seem we have only one specie.
I enclose a picture of fruits.
Thank you for your help !
Question
I try to identify this sepcies, with my books I find Scolymus hispanicus for the closer (I think), but the petals seem differents. We find it in mediterranean climat (on Porquerolles Island, France), near to the sea, with flowers in april.
Can anyone help me please ?

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Project (1)
Project
Understanding the threats facing endemic species is crucial to their survival: local extinction could be synonymous with global extinction. The Maugean skate, Zaeraja maugeana, is a restricted endangered species endemic to Macquarie Harbour (MH), although previously observed in Bathurst Harbour, in Western Tasmania. An increase in aquaculture over recent decades in MH has been linked to a degradation of benthic conditions and declines in dissolved oxygen (DO). Until now, studies have focused on the direct impacts of decreasing DO on this skate; in this study, we focus on the indirect threat, namely the response of their prey to the degrading health of the environment. As this skate has a specialised diet, any threats to these prey species could increase the extinction risk of the Maugean skate species, acting as indirect threats. Field assessment of abundance and distribution of two key skate prey species, the crab Paragrapsus gaimardii and the shrimp Palaemon spp., in conjunction with an assessment of the health of the benthic assemblages where these species are sampled, will be examined as a first step. Then, respirometry, blood chemistry and behaviour analysis of these prey species in response to low DO conditions will provide information on how the skate’s prey distribution/abundance may change in response to the changing environment in MH.