Welcome to the webpage for Dr John Morrongiello’s lab group, from the School of BioSciences at the University of Melbourne. I am a lecturer in Marine Biology and quantitative ecologist and am passionate about fish ecology and evolution.
I work in marine and freshwater systems investigating how aquatic organisms, primarily fish, respond to environmental change on contemporary and evolutionary time scales. I am keenly interested in the impacts of, and adaptations to, natural and human-induced flow variability, fishery activity, and environmental change. I ask questions at different levels of biological organisation, ranging from individuals to assemblages,using field-based and experimental techniques.