Centre for Integrative Ecology
Deakin University, Queenscliff campus
2A Bellarine Hwy, Queenscliff VIC 322
Holger has participated in various projects focusing on invasive species, benthic ecology, fisheries management and ecosystem services.
His PhD research aims to value Australia’s coastal ecosystems in relation to fish production using ecological, social as well as economic measures. He will systematically gather and synthesize existing fisheries datasets to summarise interactions between fish and coastal ecosystems. Results will be then combined with socio-economic analysis to advocate ecosystem-based decision making.
Fisheries, stable isotopes, ecosystem services, Mapping Ocean Wealth
Jänes H, Macreadie PI, Nicholson E, Ierodioconou D, Reeves S, Taylor M, Carnell PE. 2019. Stable isotopes infer the value of Australia’s coastal vegetated ecosystems from fisheries. Fish and Fisheries. https://doi.org/10.1111/faf.12416
Jänes, H., Kotta, J., Pärnoja., M., Crowe., T.P., Rindi, F., Orav-Kotta, H. (2017) Functional traits of marine macrophytes predict primary production. Functional Ecology, 31, 975-986. doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.12798
Jänes, H., Kotta, J., Herkül, K. (2017) Environmental niche separation between native and non-native benthic invertebrate species: Case study of the northern Baltic Sea. Marine Environmental Research, 131:123-133. doi: 10.1016/j.marenvres.2017.08.001
External links to Holger’s research