Jordan Goetze

Postdoctoral Scientist

Jordan, BRUV

  Postdoctoral Scientist, Curtin University

 Niarchos Fellow, Wildlife Conservation Society

 Publications

Jordan is a postdoctoral fellow on the Global Finprint Project, based at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. He was awarded a Niarchos Fellowship with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) to facilitate collaborative research across 12 developing countries. Jordan’s research focuses on the assessment of fisheries and conservation management strategies and the ecology of marine fishes. He specialises in the use of stereo video technology to sample fish assemblages and has been working with and developing this technology over the last ten years.


  Do cultural beliefs in small scale fisheries influence the health of reef shark populations?

  Do marine reserves benefit reef sharks?


  Developing countries in collaboration with WCS


  The effectiveness of periodically harvested closures (PHCs) as fisheries management and conservation strategy.

  The behavioural ecology of marine fishes.

  The use of stereo video technology to sample fish assemblages.


  Collaboration with the Wildlife Conservation Society to increase community engagement in science and research in small-scale fisheries.

  Increasing awareness of sustainable seafood.