Monash University, VIC, Australia
Bob Wong is a behavioural and evolutionary ecologist based in the School of Biological Sciences at Monash University. Bob recieved his PhD from the Australian National University and completed postdoctoral stints at Boston University and the University of Helsinki before joining Monash. Research in Bob’s Group focuses on mate choice and reproductive investment, and how human-induced environmental change affects animal behaviour. Work undertaken in the group encompasses a wide range of species, from insects and humans to birds and fish.
Presentations this author is a contributor to:
Visual and chemical cues – does EE2 exposure affect male mate choice of a freshwater fish? (#437)
CONCURRENT SESSION: Human impact: Behavioural and cognitive responses to human-induced environmental change (Symposium)
Injecting a community ecology perspective into understanding personality divergence in a desert-dwelling fish (#305)
Nicholas P Moran
CONCURRENT SESSION: Personality