About Associate Professor William Figueira

Associate Professor Figueira is broadly interested in the population ecology of marine fishes and conducts research on this theme across the spectrum from small-scale demographic studies to large scale metapopulation and ocean connectivity projects. His work focuses on establishing mechanistic linkages between an organism’s environment, its behaviour and ultimately its demographics. This work takes place in tropical and temperate habitats and includes consideration of impacts such as climate change and urbanisation on populations.


Will Figueira is an Associate Professor in Marine Animal Biology at the School of Life and Environmental Sciences. He is also the Director of the One Tree Island Research Station

For more information about Associate Professor Will Figueira refer to his Academic Profile Online.