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The AMWRRO Scientific Board is comprised of individuals from many different yet equally important backgrounds.
The role of the Scientific Board is to establish and manage best practices for the ethical handling of marine wildlife rescue and treatment. In addition, board members conduct and/or supervise research on fatal and nonfatal injuries and diseases in marine animals, with the main aim being to institute preventative strategies. Much of this work is used to establish management protocols and to publish scientific findings in the international literature to try to maximize the effectiveness of South Australian experiences in marine wildlife rescue and evaluation.
E. Carapedis. An analysis of seabird entanglements and foreign material ingestion in South Australian estuarine and river areas.
Supervisors: Byard RW, Machado A
The University of Adelaide, Australia, Bachelor of Health Sciences, 1st Class Honours in Pathology, 2009.