Dr Daniel Dunn

Senior Lecturer

School of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Faculty of Science
daniel.dunn@uq.edu.au
+61 7 336 58513

Overview

Dr. Dunn is an interdisciplinary marine conservation scientist, his research focuses on applying ecological and biogeographical theory to develop applied solutions to natural resource management and conservation problems in the ocean across a range of scales. Specifically, his current work centers on: 1) mismatches between the scale of management and inter- and intra-specific interactions; 2) understanding social and ecological processes that generate pattern in anthropogenic stressors and biodiversity at meso- and macro-scales; and 3) migratory connectivity in areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ). He addresses these topics by developing empirical models using large species observation, fisheries and physical oceanographic datasets and applies the results to global policy processes. He co-chairs the Biology and Ecosystems Panel of the Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS), sits on the Scientific Steering Committee of the Global Ocean Biodiversity Initiative (GOBI), the Policy Working Group of the Deep Ocean Stewardship Initiative, and IUCN Specialist Groups. In these capacities he has engaged and informed the work of the Convention on Biological Diversity, the Convention on Migratory Species, the International Seabed Authority and the ongoing negotiations for a new treaty for the conservation and sustainable us of marine biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction (BBNJ).

Publications

  • Dunn, Daniel C., Harrison, Autumn-Lynn, Curtice, Corrie, DeLand, Sarah, Donnelly, Ben, Fujioka, Ei, Heywood, Eleanor, Kot, Connie Y., Poulin, Sarah, Whitten, Meredith, Åkesson, Susanne, Alberini, Amalia, Appeltans, Ward, Arcos, José Manuel, Bailey, Helen, Ballance, Lisa T., Block, Barbara, Blondin, Hannah, Boustany, Andre M., Brenner, Jorge, Catry, Paulo, Cejudo, Daniel, Cleary, Jesse, Corkeron, Peter, Costa, Daniel P., Coyne, Michael, Crespo, Guillermo Ortuño, Davies, Tammy E., Dias, Maria P., Douvere, Fanny, Ferretti, Francesco, Formia, Angela, Freestone, David, Friedlaender, Ari S., Frisch-Nwakanma, Heidrun, Froján, Christopher Barrio, Gjerde, Kristina M., Glowka, Lyle, Godley, Brendan J., Gonzalez-Solis, Jacob, Granadeiro, José Pedro, Gunn, Vikki, Hashimoto, Yuriko, Hawkes, Lucy M., Hays, Graeme C., Hazin, Carolina, Jimenez, Jorge, Johnson, David E., Luschi, Paolo, Maxwell, Sara M., McClellan, Catherine, Modest, Michelle, Notarbartolo di Sciara, Giuseppe, Palacio, Alejandro Herrero, Palacios, Daniel M., Pauly, Andrea, Rayner, Matt, Rees, Alan F., Salazar, Erick Ross, Secor, David, Sequeira, Ana M M, Spalding, Mark, Spina, Fernando, Van Parijs, Sofie, Wallace, Bryan, Varo-Cruz, Nuria, Virtue, Melanie, Weimerskirch, Henri, Wilson, Laurie, Woodward, Bill and Halpin, Patrick N. (2019) The importance of migratory connectivity for global ocean policy. Proceedings. Biological Sciences, 286 1911: . doi:10.1098/rspb.2019.1472

  • Crespo, Guillermo Ortuño, Dunn, Daniel C., Gianni, Matthew, Gjerde, Kristina, Wright, Glen and Halpin, Patrick N. (2019) High-seas fish biodiversity is slipping through the governance net. Nature Ecology and Evolution, 3 9: 1273-1276. doi:10.1038/s41559-019-0981-4

  • Tanhua, Toste, McCurdy, Andrea, Fischer, Albert, Appeltans, Ward, Bax, Nicholas, Currie, Kim, DeYoung, Brad, Dunn, Daniel, Heslop, Emma, Glover, Linda K., Gunn, John, Hill, Katherine, Ishii, Masao, Legler, David, Lindstrom, Eric, Miloslavich, Patricia, Moltmann, Tim, Nolan, Glenn, Palacz, Artur, Simmons, Samantha, Sloyan, Bernadette, Smith, Leslie M., Smith, Neville, Telszewski, Maciej, Visbeck, Martin and Wilkin, John (2019) What We Have Learned From the Framework for Ocean Observing: Evolution of the Global Ocean Observing System. Frontiers in Marine Science, 6 . doi:10.3389/fmars.2019.00471

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Conference Publication

  • Dunn, Daniel C., Harrison, Autumn-Lynn, Curtice, Corrie, DeLand, Sarah, Donnelly, Ben, Fujioka, Ei, Heywood, Eleanor, Kot, Connie Y., Poulin, Sarah, Whitten, Meredith, Åkesson, Susanne, Alberini, Amalia, Appeltans, Ward, Arcos, José Manuel, Bailey, Helen, Ballance, Lisa T., Block, Barbara, Blondin, Hannah, Boustany, Andre M., Brenner, Jorge, Catry, Paulo, Cejudo, Daniel, Cleary, Jesse, Corkeron, Peter, Costa, Daniel P., Coyne, Michael, Crespo, Guillermo Ortuño, Davies, Tammy E., Dias, Maria P., Douvere, Fanny, Ferretti, Francesco, Formia, Angela, Freestone, David, Friedlaender, Ari S., Frisch-Nwakanma, Heidrun, Froján, Christopher Barrio, Gjerde, Kristina M., Glowka, Lyle, Godley, Brendan J., Gonzalez-Solis, Jacob, Granadeiro, José Pedro, Gunn, Vikki, Hashimoto, Yuriko, Hawkes, Lucy M., Hays, Graeme C., Hazin, Carolina, Jimenez, Jorge, Johnson, David E., Luschi, Paolo, Maxwell, Sara M., McClellan, Catherine, Modest, Michelle, Notarbartolo di Sciara, Giuseppe, Palacio, Alejandro Herrero, Palacios, Daniel M., Pauly, Andrea, Rayner, Matt, Rees, Alan F., Salazar, Erick Ross, Secor, David, Sequeira, Ana M M, Spalding, Mark, Spina, Fernando, Van Parijs, Sofie, Wallace, Bryan, Varo-Cruz, Nuria, Virtue, Melanie, Weimerskirch, Henri, Wilson, Laurie, Woodward, Bill and Halpin, Patrick N. (2019) The importance of migratory connectivity for global ocean policy. Proceedings. Biological Sciences, 286 1911: . doi:10.1098/rspb.2019.1472