Tormey Reimer

Tormey Reimer
University of Tasmania · Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS)

Master of Science

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Introduction
PhD Candidate at the University of Tasmania. We're part of a CRC-P studying the feasibility of seaweeds for IMTA in Tasmania. My PhD will focus on using environmental and ecosystem modelling to evaluate the environmental benefits of using macroalgae for IMTA for nutrient remediation.

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Sagittal otoliths are essential components of the sensory organs that enable all teleost fish to hear and maintain balance, and are primarily composed of calcium carbonate. A deformity, where aragonite (the normal crystal form) is replaced with vaterite, was first noted over 50 years ago but its underlying cause is unresolved. We evaluated the prev...
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The rapid growth of aquaculture raises questions about the welfare status of mass-produced species. Sagittal otoliths are primary hearing structures in the inner ear of all teleost (bony) fishes and are normally composed of aragonite, though abnormal vaterite replacement is sometimes seen in the wild. We provide the first widespread evaluation of t...

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To use an ecosystem modelling approach to clarify the environmental impacts of integrating macroalgae culture with salmon farming in Tasmania.
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Discovering the extent, causes and consequences of vaterite replacement in the sagittal otoliths of farmed fish.