Kyle James Tyler

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Kyle J. Tyler is a PhD candidate in the Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods (RIEL) under the supervision of A/Prof. Alison King, A/Prof. David Crook and A/Prof. Mark Kennard (Griffith University). His research aims to better understand the role of hydrological, environmental and biotic variation on the reproductive ecology of Australian wet-dry tropical freshwater fish. Prior to his PhD research, Kyle conducted his honours research on the salinity tolerance of juvenile Australian Eastern King Prawns, to elucidate whether flooding of estuarine nurseries could be driving low fishery recruitment. Kyle holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Newcastle, Australia, with majors in Sustainable Resource Development and Marine Science and Honours in Marine Science.


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