Professor Justin Marshall

ARC Australian Laureate Fellow

Queensland Brain Institute
justin.marshall@uq.edu.au
+61 7 336 51397

Overview

Professor Marshall was awarded a Bachelor of Science with 1st Class Honours in zoology from the University of St Andrews, Scotland in 1985. He completed a Doctor of Philosophy in Neurobiology in 1991 at the University of Sussex, Brighton, researching vision in mantis shrimps.

Professor Marshall continued at the University of Sussex until 1996, when he took up a position in the Vision Touch and Hearing Research Centre within the School of Biomedical Sciences at The University of Queensland. He was recruited to the Queensland Brain Institute in 2010.

The recipient of many grants and awards, most recently in 2011 Professor Marshall was awarded The University of Queensland Vice-Chancellor’s Senior Research Fellowship and in 2012 he was awarded a Discovery Outstanding Researcher Award by the Australian Research Council. His research is funded by the Australian and United States funding agencies.

Professor Marshall’s principle aim is to understand how other animals perceive their environment. As arrogant humans we tend to assume we are the pinnacle of evolution, however, certainly in sensory terms this is far from true. By taking an approach to sensory systems which is based around ecology but also includes physiology, anatomy, behaviour and neural integration, he hopes to decode languages such as colour and polarisation. Much of his work focusses on the marine environment, in particular reef systems and the deep-sea. As part of this effort he has become acutely aware of man’s influence on both these environments and now run two projects / organisations: The Deep Australia Project, bringing research submersibles and high-tech deep-sea capability to Australia for the first time and CoralWatch, the world’s largest citizen-science-based coral health assessment program (60 countries, 10 languages).

Research Impacts

Professor Marshall has published extensively, including:

150+ papers (5 in Nature, 3 in Science, 8 in Current Biology) 22 chapters / reviews and 2 edited monographs in sensory neuroscience. 1 book, 1 edited book, 1 edited encyclopedia section in ecology, neurobiology and behaviour. 200+ conference papers and abstracts.

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of Sussex
  • Bachelor of Science (Honours1) (Zoology), University of St Andrews

Publications

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Publications

Book

  • Cronin, Thomas W., Johnsen, Sonke, Marshall, N. Justin and Warrant, Eric J. Visual Ecology. Princeton, NJ United States: Princeton University Press, 2014.

  • Reid, Craig, Marshall, Justin, Logan, Dave and Kleine, Diana Coral Reefs and Climate Change 1 ed. Edited by Craig Reid Brisbane: The University of Queensland Press, 2009.

  • Sensory Processing in Aquatic Environments. Edited by Shaun P. Collin and N. Justin Marshall New York: Springer, 2003.

Book Chapter

  • Marshall, Justin, Roberts, Nicholas and Cronin, Thomas (2014). Polarisation signals. In Gábor Horváth (Ed.), Polarized light and polarization vision in animal sciences (pp. 407-442) Heidelberg, Germany: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-54718-8_19

  • Marshall, Justin and Cronin, Justin (2014). Polarisation vision of crustaceans. In Gábor Horváth (Ed.), Polarized light and polarization vision in animal sciences (pp. 171-216) Heidelberg, Germany: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-54718-8_7

  • Marshall, Justin and Cheney, Karen L. (2013). Vision and body colouration in marine invertebrates. In John S. Werner and Leo M. Chalupa (Ed.), The New Visual Neurosciences (pp. 1165-1178) Cambridge, MA, USA: MIT Press.

  • Marshall, Justin and Johnsen, Sonke (2011). Camouflage in marine fish. In Martin Stevens and Sami Merilaita (Ed.), Animal camouflage: Mechanisms and function (pp. 186-211) Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

  • Marshall, N.J. and Cheney, K. (2011). Color vision and color communication in reef fish. In A. P. Farrell (Ed.), Encyclopedia of fish physiology: From genome to environment (pp. 150-158) San Diego, CA, United States: Academic Press.

  • Rosenthal, G. G. and Marshall, N. J. (2011). Sensory systems, perception, and learning: Communication Behavior: Visual Signals. In Anthony Peter Farrell, E. Donald Stevens, Joseph J. Cech and Jeffrey G. Richards (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Fish Physiology: from genome to environment (pp. 692-698) London ; Waltham, MA: Elsevier Inc.. doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-374553-8.00080-0

  • Marshall, Justin, Collin, Shaun, Hart, Nathan and Bailes, Helena (2011). Vision in lungfish. In Jørgen Mørup Jørgensen and Jean Joss (Ed.), The Biology of Lungfishes (pp. 447-472) Enfield, NH, U.S.A.: Science Publishers. doi:10.1201/b10357-18

  • Siebeck, U., Losey, G. S. and Marshall, J. (2006). UV Communication in fish. In Fredrich Ladich, Shaun P. Collin, Peter Moller and B. G. Kapoor (Ed.), Communication in Fishes (pp. 423-456) Enfield U.S.A.: Science Publisher Inc.

  • Marshall, J., Vorobiev, M. and Siebeck, U. (2006). What does a reef fish see when sees a reef fish?. In B. G. Kapoor, F. Ladich and S. P. Collin et.al. (Ed.), Communication in fishes (pp. 393-422) Enfield U.S.A: Science Publisher Inc.

  • Cronin, T. W. and Marshall, N. J. (2004). The unique visual world of mantis shrimps. In Frederick R. Prete (Ed.), Complex worlds from simpler nervous systems 1 ed. (pp. 239-268) Cambridge, Massachusetts: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press.

  • Collin, S. P. and Marshall, N. J. (2003). Preface. In Shaun P. Collin and N. Justin Marhsall (Ed.), Sensory Processing in Aquatic Environments (pp. vii-iX) New York: Springer-Verlag.

  • Marshall, J. and Vorobyev, M. (2003). The Design of Color Signals and Color Vision in Fishes. In S.P. Collin and N.J. Marshall (Ed.), Sensory processing in aquatic environments 1 ed. (pp. 194-222) USA: Springer.

  • Marshall, N. J., Cronin, T. W. and Frank, T. M. (2003). Visual Adaptations in Crustaceans: Chromatic, Developmental and Temporal Aspects. In S. P. Collin and N. J. Marshall (Ed.), Sensory processing in aquatic environments 1 ed. (pp. 343-372) New York; Berlin: Springer.

  • Marshall, J. (2000). The Visual Ecology of Reef Fish Colours. In Y. Espmark, T. Amundsen and G. Rosenquist (Ed.), Animal Signals 1 ed. (pp. 83-120) Trondheim, Norway: Tapir.

  • Douglas, R. H. and Marshall, J. (1999). A review of vertebrate and invertebrate ocular filters. In S. N. Archer, M. B. A. Djamgoz, E. R. Loew, J. C. Partridge and S. Vallerga (Ed.), Adaptive mechanisms in the ecology of vision (pp. 95-162) UK: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

  • Marshall, J., Kent, J. and Cronin, T. W. (1999). Visual adaptions in crustaceans: Spectral sensitivity in divers habitats. In S.N. Archer, M.B.A. Djamgoz, E.R. Loew, J.C. Partridge and S. Vallerga (Ed.), Adative Mechanisms in The Ecology of Vision (pp. 285-327) UK: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Journal Article

Conference Publication

  • Johnsen, S. and Marshall, N. J. (2012). Through the looking glass: Are silvery fish safe from viewers with polarization vision?. In: SICB 2012 Annual Meeting Abstracts. Annual Meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB), Charleston, SC, United States, (E87-E87). 3- 7 January 2012. doi:10.1093/icb/ics078

  • Chung, W.-S., Keller, M., Fritsches, K. and Marshall, J. (2011). Unusual squid eyes serve good visual capabilities. In: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at EuroCeph 2011 "Cephalopod Biology Research in the 21st Century-A European Perspective". EuroCeph (2011), Vico Equense, Naples, Italy, (999-999). 7-10 April 2011. doi:10.2983/035.030.0342

  • Champ, C. M., Pignatelli, V., Marshall, Justin and Vorobyev, M. (2009). Colour discrimination thresholds in a trigger fish, Rinecanthus aculeatus. In: Proceedings of: Australian Neuroscience Society 29th Annual Meeting 2009. ANS 29th Annual meeting 2009, Canberra, ACT, (114-114). 27 - 30 Jan 2009.

  • Hofmann, Christopher M., O'Quin, , Kelly E., Marshall, N. Justin, Cronin, Thomas W., Seehausen, Ole and Carleton, Karen L. (2009). Differential gene expression and sequence evolution contribute to rapid visual adaptation in cichlid fishes. In: Program: Evolution 2009. Evolution 2009, Moscow ID, (). 12-16 June 2009.

  • Dunstan, A., Alanis, O. and Marshall, N. J. (2009). Nautilus fishing and the shell trade in the Philippines. A strong and data rich argument for CITES listing of nautilus. In: Cephalopod International Advisory Council Symposium: The effects of environmental variability on cephalopod populations. CIAC'09 Symposium, Vigo, Spain, (). 3-11 Sep 2009.

  • Roberts, , N. W., Chiou, T-H., Marshall, N. J. and Cronin, T. W. (2009). Polarization Detection and Polarization Control in Photoreceptor Optics. In: Programme: Animal Visual Ecology Symposium ECVP 09. Animal Visual Ecology Symposium ECVP 09, Salzstadel, Regensburg, Germany, (). 28 - 29 Aug 2009.

  • Cronin, Thomas W., Chiou, Tsyr-Huei, Caldwell, Roy L., Roberts, Nicholas and Marshall, Justin (2009). Polarization signals in mantis shrimps. In: Joseph A. Shaw and J. Scott Tyo, Polarization Science and Remote Sensing IV. SPIE Optics + Photonics 2009, San Diego, CA, USA, (74610C-1-74610C-10). 3-4 August, 2009. doi:10.1117/12.828492

  • O’Quin, Kelly E., Marshall, Justin, Cronin, Thomas and Carleton, Karen L. (2009). Rapid visual system evolution within the cichlid species flock of Lake Malawi. In: Proceedings of: SICB Annual Meeting 2009. SICB Annual Meeting 2009, Boston, MA, (). 3-7 Jan 2009.

  • Roberts, N. W., Chiou, T-H., Marshall, N. J. and Cronin, T. W. (2009). Seeing the world in a different light: Detecting and controlling polarized light underwater. In: Program: EOS Topical Meeting on "Blue" Photonics. World Photonics Conference 2009, Blue Photonics, Aberdeen, (). 18 - 19 Aug 2009.

  • Williams, Stefan Bernard, Pizarro, Oscar, How, Martin, Mercer, Duncan, Powell, George, Marshall, Justin and Hanlon, Roger (2009). Surveying Noctural Cuttlefish Camouflage Behaviour Using an AUV. In: 2009 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation. IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2009. ICRA2009, Kobe, Japan, (214-219). May 12-17, 2009. doi:10.1109/ROBOT.2009.5152868

  • Marshall, N. J. and Greig, K. (2009). The lateral line system in 4 deep-sea fish. In: Book of Abstracts: 8th Indo Pacific Fish Conference & 2009 ASFB Workshop and Conference. Biodiversity: What to measure and monitor for fisheries and aquatic ecosystem management, Freemantle, W.A., (). 31 May - 5th Jun 2009.

  • Marshall, Justin (2009). Why are animals colourful? Sex and violence, seeing and signals. In: Proceedings of the 11th Congress of the International Colour Association (AIC 2009). 11th Congress of the International Colour Association, Sydney, NSW, Australia, (). 27 September - 2 October 2009.

  • Siebeck, U. E., Logan, D. and Marshall, N. J. (2008). CoralWatch: A flexible coral bleaching monitoring tool for you and your group. In: Proceedings of the 11th International Coral Reef Symposium. 11ICRS: 11th International Coral Reef Symposium 2008, Fort Lauderdale, FL, U.S.A., (549-553). 7-11 July 2008.

  • Pignatelli, V. and Marshall, N. J. (2007). Unrevealing double cone function in a species of reef fish, Rinecanthus aculeatus. In: Program & Abstracts: ASSAB 2007. ASSAB 2007, The Australian National University, Canberra, (15-15). 12-15 April 2007.

  • Marshall, J., Vorobyev, M., Collin, S. P., Bales, S. J. and Hart, N. S. (2006). Tetrachromatic colour vision in the Australian lungfish Neoceratodus forsteri. In: Perception. 29th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP 2006), St Petersburg, Russia, (168-168). 20-26 August, 2006.

  • Kleinlogel, S., Marshall, J. N. and Collin, S. P. (2005). A crustacean retina with 12 spectral and 4 polarization sensitivities. In: Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting 2005, Washington D.C., USA, (). 12-16 November 2005.

  • Chiou, T.H., Cronin, T.W., Caldwell, R.L. and Marshall, J. (2005). Biological polarized light reflectors in stomatopod crustaceans. In: Joseph A. Shaw and J. Scott Tyo, Polarization Science and Remote Sensing II. Optics and Photonics 2005, San Diego, California, USA, (58881B-1-58881B-9). 2-4 August. doi:10.1117/12.613117

  • Waller, S. J. and Marshall, N. J. (2005). Retinal topography in the damselfish Neoglyphidodon melas. In: Paul Martin, Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society. ANS2005: 25th annual meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society. ANS2005: 25th annual meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society, Perth, Australia, (). 30 January-2 February 2005.

  • Vorobyev, M. and Marshall, N. J. (2005). Spectra of reef fish – a physics approach to colourful patterns. In: Proceedings of the Australian Physiological Society. 29th Annual Conference of the Australian Society for Biophysics, 2005, Canberra, Australia, (121P-121P). 27-30 September, 2005.

  • Kleinlogel, S. and Marshall, N. J. (2005). The numerous spectral and polarization sensitivities within the tripartite eyes of gongodactyloid stomatopods (mantis shrimps). In: 30th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference: 6th Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society, Gottingen, Germany, (). 17-20 February, 2005.

  • Siebeck, U. E. and Marshall, N. J. (2005). UV communication in reef fish. In: Australian Neuroscience Society Annual Conference 2005, Perth, Australia, (). 30 January - 2 February, 2005.

  • Hart, N. S., Lisney, T. J., Collin, S. P. and Marshall, J. (2004). Colour vision in elasmobranchs? Visual pigments in sharks and rays measured using microspectrophotometry. In: Paul Martin, Abstract in Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society. 24th Australian Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting 2004, Melbourne, Australia, (82-82). 27 - 30 January 2004.

  • Kleinlogel, S. and Marshall, N. J. (2004). Neural connections behind the complex retina of the stomatopod (Mantis shrimp). In: 7th Congress of the International Society for Neuroethology 2004, Nyborg, Denmark, (). 8-13 August 2004.

  • Marshall, N. J., Siebeck, U. E. and Waller, S. J. (2004). Ontogenetic colour change and development of the visual system in a damselfish Pomacentrus ambionensis. In: Abstract in Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society. 24th Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society, Melbourne, Australia, (). 27-30 January 2004.

  • Chiou, T-H., Cronin, T. W., Marshall, N. J. and Caldwell, R. L. (2004). Polarisation signals of mantis shrimps. In: 7th Congress of the International Society for Neuroethology, Nyborg, Denmark, (). 8-13 August 2004.

  • Marshall, N. J. and Siebeck, U. E. (2004). Secret communication in coral reef fishes. In: Seventh International Congress, Nyborg, Denmark, (). 8-13 August 2004.

  • Marshall, N. J. and Siebeck, U. E. (2004). Secret communication in damselfish. In: Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society. 24th Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society, Melbourne, Australia, (). 27-30 January 2004.

  • Marshall, N. J., Collin, S. P., Hart, N. S., Vorobyev, M. and Bailes, H.J. (2004). The visual ecology of the Australian lungfish Neoceratodus Forsteri. In: Paul Martin, Abstract in the Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society. Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting 24th Annual Meeting, Melbourne Convention Centre, Melbourne Australia, (21-21). 27-30 January.

  • Zeil, J., Cronin, T. W., Hemmi, J. M., Jordao, J., Marshall, N. J., Shashar, N., Stavenga, D. and Vorobyev, M. (2004). Vision in fiddler crabs. In: Seventh International Congress of Neuroethology 2004, Nyborg, Denmark, (). 8-13 August 2004.

  • Siebeck, U., Marshall, J. and Hoegh-Guldberg, I.O. (2003). Coral health monitoring using colour charts: A new tool for research and monitoring groups, schools and tourists. In: J. N. A. Hooper, N. Hall and B. M. Degnan, Proceedings of the 2003 meeting of the Australian Marine Science Association (AMSA). AMSA Annual Conference, Brisbane, (148-148). 9-11 July 2003.

  • Marshall, N. J. (2003). Fluorescent communication in animals. In: Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour 2003, Coffs Harbour, Australia, (). 2003.

  • Kleinlogel, S. and Marshall, N. J. (2003). Neural processing in stomatopods. In: 23rd Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society, Adelaide, Australia, (). 28-31 January 2003.

  • Siebeck, U. E., Collin, S. P. and Marshall, N. J. (2003). Occlusable corneas in toadfishes: Light transmission, movement and ultrastructure of pigment during light- and dark-adaptation. In: The Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society. 23rd Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society, Adelaide, Australia, (14-14). 28-31 January 2003.

  • Waller, S., Siebeck, U. and Marshall, J. (2003). Ontogenetic colour change and the role of the ocellus in damselfish (Pomacentridae): Does it function as 'intraspecific camouflage'?. In: JNA Hooper, N. Hall and BM Degnan, Proceedings of the 2003 meeting of the Australian Marine Science Association (AMSA). AMSA Annual Conference, 2003, Brisbane, (150-151-151). 9-11 July, 2003.

  • Land, M. F., Marshall, N. J., Mathger, L. and Siebeck, U. (2003). Rapid colour changes in whiptails. In: Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society. 23rd Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society, Adelaide, Australia, (). January 2003.

  • Kleinlogel, S. and Marshall, J. (2003). Remote sensors of the coral sea: stomatopods (mantis shrimp). In: Australian Marine Sciences Association Annual Conference (AMSA) 2003, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, (). 9 -11 July 2003.

  • Waller, S., Siebeck, U. and Marshall, J. (2003). The possible role of ontogenetic colour change as intraspecific camouflage in damselfish. In: Australian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASSAB). ASSAB Annual Conference, Canberra, (34-34). 24-27 April, 2003.

  • Pix, W., Hemmi, J., Vorobyev, M., Marshall, N. J., Hofmann, M. and Zeil, J. (2003). The variable colours of fiddler crabs and their relation to background and predation. In: Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour 2003, Coffs Harbour, Australia, (). 2003.

  • Bailes, H. J., Hart, N. S., Marshall, N. J., Trezise, A. E. O. and Collin, S. P. (2003). Visual ecology of the Australian lungfish Neoceratodus forsteri. In: Australian Marine Sciences Association Annual Conference 2003, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, (). 9-11 July, 2003.

  • Marshall, J., Cronin, T.W., Land, M. F. and Caldwell, R.L. (2001). 3D Polarisation vision in mantis shrimps. In: 6th International Congress of Neuroethology, Bonn, Germany, (). 29 July - 3 August 2001.

  • Cronin, T.W., Caldwell, R.L. and Marshall, J. (2001). A deeper shade of red: Tuning of color vision to habitat in mantis shrimps.. In: 6th International Congress of neuroethology, University of Bonn, Germany, (). 29 July - 3 Ausgust, 2001.

  • Vorobyev, M., Cronin, T.W. and Marshall, J. (2001). Advertisement and camouflage in reef fish. In: 6th International congress of Neuroethology, Bonn, Germany, (). 29 July - 3 August, 2001.

  • Marshall, J., Hoegh-Guldberg, I.O. and Kluter, A. (2001). An easy, cheap reliable method of monitoring coral bleaching. In: Australian Coral Reef Society Committee, 2001 Annual ACRS Conference: Coral Reefs in the 21st Century. 2001 Annual ACRS Conference, Townsville, Australia, (33-33). 6 - 8 July 2001.

  • Marshall, J. (2001). Colour vision and colour signals in Australian animals: Principles of design. In: Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society, Brisbane, Australia, (). 28 - 31 Jan, 2001.

  • Siebeck, U. and Marshall, J. (2001). Do coral reef fish communicate with ultraviolet colours?. In: Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour. 28th Annual Conference, Brisbane, Australia, (22-22). 19-21 April, 2001.

  • Kleinlogel, S. and Marshall, J. (2001). Neural processing of the world's most complex colour vision system: vision in stomatopods (mantis shrimp). In: International Conference on Invertebrate Vision, Lund, Sweden, (). 7 - 12 August, 2001.

  • Marshall, J. (2001). Stomatopod vision: a tour of the highlights. In: International Conference on Invertebrate Vision, Lund, Sweden, (). 7 - 12 Aug, 2001.

  • Marshall, J. and Cronin, T.W. (2001). The 12 colour channels of stomatopods: A retina for colour constancy or something else?. In: 6th International Congress of Neuroethology, University of Bonn, Germany, (). 29 July - 3 August, 2001.

  • Marshall, J. (2001). The pointillistic Parrotfish. In: J. Marshall, L'Oriel Tokyo Design Centre. L'Oriel Tokyo Design Centre, Tokyo Design Centre, (). 15 Oct, 2001.

  • Pix, W., Hemmi, J., Vorobyev, M., Marshall, J., Hofmann, M. and Zeil, J. (2001). The variable colours of fiddler crabs and their relation to background, social life and predation. In: 6th International Congress of Neuroethology, Bonn, Germany, (). 29 July - 3 August, 2001.

  • Marshall, J., Land, M. F., Cronin, T. W., Shashar, N. and Oberwinkler, J. (2000). Simulataneous sexichromatic UV vision and 3D polarisation vision: Mantis Shrimps again!. In: Second Workshop on Ultraviolet and Polarization Vision. Second Workshop on Ultraviolet and Polarization Vision, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, (20-20). 20 - 24 June, 2000.

  • Hart, N. S., Partridge, J., Cuthill, I. C., Bennett, A. T., Marshall, J. and Pettigrew, J. D. (2000). Spectral characteristics and retinal topography of avian photoreceptors. In: Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Ultraviolet and Polarization Vision. Second Workshop on Ultraviolet and Polarization Vision, University of Victoria, B.C., Canada, (15-15). 20 - 24 June 2000.

  • Siebeck, U. and Marshall, J. (2000). Ultraviolet vision in Coral Reef Fish. In: Second Workshop on Ultraviolet and Polarization Vision. Second Workshop on Ultraviolet and Polarization Vision, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, (23-23). 20 - 24 June, 2000.

  • Marshall, J. (1999). Colour signals in reef fish. In: 1st International Conference On Sensory processing of the Aqu. , Heron Island, Qld, Aust., (). 21 27 March 1999.

  • Marshall, J. (1999). Colours and colour vision of coral reef fish. In: Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society. , Univ. of Tas., Hobart, Tas., (). 31 Jan - 03 Feb, 1999.

  • Ang, H. P. and Marshall, J. (1999). Habitat selection and cryptic colouration in marine reef fishes. In: 1st International Conference on Sensory Processing of the Aquatic Environment. 1st International Conference on Sensory Processing of the Aquatic Environment, Heron Island, Qld, Aust., (19-19). 21-27 March 1999.

  • Vorobyev, M., Marshall, J. and Osorio, D. (1999). How fish see fish?. In: 1st International Conference On Sensory Processing of the Aquatic Environment. 1st International Conference on Sensory Processing of the Aquatic Environment, Heron Island, Qld, Aust., (63-63). 21-27 March 1999.

  • Marshall, J., Cronin, T. W., Oberwinkler, J. and Land, M. F. (1999). The amazing eye of the stomatopod. Is it an ear?. In: 1st International Conference On Sensory Processing of the Aquatic Environment. 1st International Conference on Sensory Processing of the Aquatic Environment, Heron Island, Qld, Aust., (27-27). 21-27 March 1999.

  • Siebeck, U. and Marshall, J. (1999). Transmission properties of the ocular media of coral reef fish: Implications for UV vision. In: 1st Internation Conference On Sensory Processing of the Aquat. 1st International Conference on Sensory Processing of the Aquatic Environment, Heron Island, Qld, Aust., (). 21-27 March 1999.

  • Siebeck, U. and Marshall, J. (1999). UV vision in coral reef fish. In: Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society: Nineteenth Annual Meeting: Molecular regulation of spinal cord development. Australian Neuroscience Society Nineteenth Annual Meeting: Molecular regulation of spinal cord development, Univ. of Tas., Hobart, (). 31 January 1999.

  • Fritsches, K., Marshall, J., Partridge, J. and Pettigrew, J. D. (1999). Visual system of billfish. In: 1st International Conference On Sensory Processing of the aquatic environment. First international conference on sensory processing of the aquatic environment, Heron Island, Queensland, Australia, (). 22-28 March 1999.

Edited Outputs

Grants (Administered at UQ)

PhD and MPhil Supervision

Current Supervision

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

    Other advisors:

  • Doctor Philosophy — Associate Advisor

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

  • Doctor Philosophy — Associate Advisor

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

    Other advisors:

Completed Supervision