George Roff, PhD

Coral Reef Ecologist


Dr. George Roff was born in England, and has spent most of the past decade both studying and living in Australia, and travelling around the world. His PhD research focused on reconstructing the historical ecology of the Great Barrier Reef. Currently he is a post-doctoral researcher at the Marine Spatial Ecology Lab, University of Queensland. He is broadly interested in processes of resilience, disturbance and recovery in Indo-Pacific and Caribbean coral reef ecosystems.


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