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Dr Nicole McCasker is a post-doctoral researcher with ILWS. Her major interests include the early life histories of freshwater fish, the functional roles of freshwater mussels and riverine ecology more generally. Over the last 15 years Nicole has worked in a vast array of wetland, riverine and floodplain environments throughout the southern Murray-Darling Basin. She is currently working with a multi-stake holder project assessing ecological responses to the delivery of environmental water in the Edward-Wakool system, NSW.  Along with her research, Nicole teaches at the undergraduate level as a sessional lecturer with the School of Environmental Sciences at CSU and she is a member of the  Fish Ecology Collaborative Research Unit (FECRU).

Research Interests

  • River and floodplain ecology
  • Functional role of freshwater mussels
  • Early life history of freshwater fish

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy, Charles Sturt University

2011

Bachelor of Science (First Class Honours), Monash University

2002

Bachelor of Conservation Ecology, Deakin University

2000

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