- Dr. Alastair Harborne is an ecologist primarily interested in coral reef fishes, with a particular focus on the impacts of environmental change on these fishes and aiding their conservation.
- Much of Dr. Harborne's current work, in both the Caribbean and Pacific, is examining the natural processes and anthropogenic impacts that control the abundance, ecology, and behaviour of reef fishes, and integrating this work into food web models to provide a comprehensive understanding of tropical communities and the threats to their health.
Scholarly & Creative Works
principal investigator on
- Integrating reef-seagrass functional connectivity into MPA management and design awarded by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Admin 2021 - 2025
- The energetic trade-offs underpinning foraging across a seascape for a model reef fish awarded by Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation 2020 - 2024
- Alliance for Conservation Evidence and Sustainability awarded by Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies 2020 - 2022
- Mapping and modeling fishing pressure and fish standing stocks in the Eastern Caribbean awarded by Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States 2019 - 2021
- Mapping and modeling fishing pressure and fish standing stocks in the Florida Keys awarded by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Admin 2018 - 2021
- FIU Aquarius Artificial Reef Monitoring Project awarded by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation 2018 - 2021
- Community-based natural resource management: Indonesian case study awarded by World Wildlife Fund 2018 - 2019
- Caribbean OU-Mapping Ocean Wealth awarded by Nature Conservancy 2016 - 2017
co-principal investigator on
- Alastair Harborne
- https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6818-8615 (confirmed)