Team

Global Intertidal Change Contributors

Chief Investigator:

  • Dr Nicholas Murray (James Cook University) | Lab Website

Global Intertidal Change (2019-2022) | Global Intertidal Change Website

  • Dr Nicholas Murray (James Cook University)

  • Dr Peter Bunting (Aberyswyth University)

  • Dr Stephanie Duce (James Cook University)

  • Dr Valerie Haggar (University of Queensland)

  • Professor Catherine Lovelock (University of Queensland)

  • Professor Richard Lucas (Aberyswyth University)

  • Dr Mitchell Lyons (University of New South Wales)

  • Dr Megan Saunders (CSIRO)

  • Professor Marcus Sheaves (James Cook University)

  • Dr Mark Spalding (The Nature Conservancy)

  • Dr Nathan Waltham (James Cook University)

  • Dr Thomas Worthington (Cambridge University)

CoastTrain: Training Library (2020-2022) | CoastTrain Website

  • Dr Nicholas Murray (James Cook University)

  • Dr Peter Bunting (Aberyswyth University)

  • Dr Robert Canto (James Cook University)

  • Dr Mitchell Lyons (University of New South Wales)

  • Dr Alejandro Navarro Otero (James Cook University)

  • Dr Chris Roelfsema (University of Queensland)

  • Dr Thomas Worthington (Cambridge University)

Global Tidal Flats (2016-2019) | intertidal.app website

  • Dr Nicholas Murray (James Cook University)

  • Professor Richard Fuller (University of Queensland)

  • Professor Stuart Phinn (University of Queensland)

  • Michael DeWitt (Google)

  • Dr Renata Ferrari (Australian Institute of Marine Sciences)

  • Renee Johnston (Google)

  • Dr Mitchell Lyons (University of New South Wales)

  • Dr Nicholas Clinton (Google)

  • David Thau (Google)

Funding

These projects have primarily been supported by research funding from the Australian Research Council (Global Intertidal Change and coastTrain), a Google Earth Engine Research Award (Global Tidal Flats) and James Cook University. Ongoing funding is vital for maintaining these products and support extensions of our work across Earth's coastal ecosystems. Please contact Dr Nicholas Murray to support this work.