Tony Lovell

PhD Candidate – Department of Resource Management and Geography, University of Melbourne
e. alovell@pgrad.unimelb.edu.au
p. (03) 8344 9166

Tony is a freshwater ecologist who completed an environmental science degree, specialising in marine and freshwater science, in 2006 at Deakin University’s Warrnambool campus. He then undertook an honours project investigating oviposition and pupation site selection by aquatic insects of the Grampians National Park, which was completed mid-2008. Tony then gained employment at Goulburn-Murray Water where he worked in Water Systems Health and  Regulated Systems, before joining the University of Melbourne to start his PhD.

Tony is involved in the Centre for Water Sensitive Cities through his PhD research (Population Dynamics of a Riverine Shrimp: Paratya australiensis (Kemp, 1917) in an Urban Landscape), which links into two different areas: