Teaching and learning

Professor Richardson teaches into SCIE1000, Theory and Practice of Science, which is one of the foundation courses in the Bachelor of Science.  

Researcher biography

Professor Anthony J. Richardson has research interests in impacts of climate change, marine ecology, and analyses of large datasets using modern statistical techniques.

He holds an Honours degree in Zoology from the University of Queensland and a PhD degree in Marine Ecology from the University of Cape Town. Since 2005, Anthony has a joint position between the School of Mathematics and Physics at UQ and CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere. He has previously held positions at the University of Cape Town (South Africa), the University of the Western Cape (South Africa), and the Sir Alister Hardy Foundation of Ocean Science (UK).

His research is recognised internationally for significant contributions in the fields of impacts of global change (climate, fishing, ocean acidification, eutrophication) on marine systems, particularly on plankton communities. He has had experience working in marine systems in the North and South Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans. Anthony is the author of 150 peer-reviewed papers. He enjoys teaching mathematics and statistics to ecologists. For more informaiton on my research, see my Google Scholar page https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=RLeJq98AAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao