Josephine Lingard

Josephine Lingard

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Biological Sciences

Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology

.I am a PhD candidate in the Gillanders Aquatic Ecology Lab researching provenance, mislabelling and trade of shark products in Australia. I am interested in shark conservation with a focus on the shark meat ('flake') trade in Australia and identifying the species traded to further conservation efforts.

Research Funding

  • Understanding threats to shark conservation: Identifying spatiotemporal patterns in shark species for sale across the supply chain in the South Australian flake trade (July 2023 - July 2024). Vonow Conservation Biology Grant: $1,248. CIs: Lingard, J., Gillanders, B. M., Reis-Santos, P.
  • Using innovative, low-cost approaches to identify shark species sold in South Australia (September 2023 - September 2024). RSSA Small Research Grant: $2,397.60. CIs: Lingard, J., Reis-Santos, P.
  • Provenance, Mislabelling and Trade of Shark Products (June 2024 - June 2025). Sea World Research and Rescue Foundation Inc.: $14,020. CIs: Reis-Santos, P., Gillanders, B. M., Austin, J., Lingard, J.

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