Dustin is head of the Marine Evolutionary Ecology Group in the School of Biological Sciences. Prior to working at Monash University, he was at the University of Queensland, after a post-doctorate at the University of New South Wales and brief research stints at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology. Dustin is also the Director and founder of the Centre for Geometric Biology; an interdisciplinary research team changing the way we study, understand and manage natural systems. His interests include genetic or phenotypic variation, and how that variation affects the evolution and ecology of marine organisms.
Dustin Marshall's Articles
Embryos at risk
In a warming world, many cold-blooded species face a new challenge: developing successfully despite rising temperatures.
One fish, two fish, big fish, little fish
Throwing back small fish is being challenged as we learn more about the relationship between fish size and reproductive capacity – or, why the big one should get away.