Dr Matthew Taylor

Dr Matthew Taylor

Adjunct Professor
Field of Research
Fisheries ecology; fisheries management; fisheries enhancement; prawn ecology; crab ecology

Adjunct Professor Matt Taylor is a Principal Research Scientist with the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries - Fisheries (DPI-Fisheries). His research is focussed on the scientific development and subsequent application of innovative approaches to improve both fisheries productivity and sustainability, and he has authored 130 peer-reviewed contributions to international journals. He is principally a fisheries ecologist with a focus on prawn fisheries, but has also worked extensively on habitat repair, and contamination in exploited (fisheries) species on behalf of the New South Wales Government, most recently on PFAS contamination. He applies his scientific expertise to real world issues through roles on a range of high-level government committees and taskforces, and is NSW representative on the Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) Scientific Committee, and Data Committee.




BIOS3081 Ocean to Estuarine Ecosystems (Guest Lecturer)

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