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Research interests

Peter is a conservation biologist with interests in marine and freshwater systems, focusing on the collection of life history and ecological information to guide the management and conservation of biodiversity and assess population status and extinction risk. He has a background in fish biology, fisheries bycatch mitigation and fish conservation, particularly in relation to the chondrichthyan fishes (sharks, batoids and chimaeras), from freshwater systems to the deep-sea. He is an active member of the IUCN Species Survival Commission’s Shark Specialist Group (SSG), holding the positons of Regional Vice-Chair (Australia and Oceania) and Red List Authority Coordinator. His work with the SSG centres on undertaking global and regional assessments of extinction risk for the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Peter's current research in northern Australia focuses on the management and recovery of threatened species, in particular sawfishes and river sharks. Additionally, he has an interest in monitoring and managing threatened shorebird and terrestrial bird species.

Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor, University of Melbourne

PhD, University of Queensland

External positions

Regional Vice-Chair, Australia & Oceania

Red List Authority Coordinator

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The thin edge of the wedge: Extremely high extinction risk in wedgefishes and giant guitarfishes

Kyne, P. M., Jabado, R. W., Rigby, C. L., Dharmadi, Gore, M. A., Pollock, C. M., Herman, K. B., Cheok, J., Ebert, D. A., Simpfendorfer, C. A. & Dulvy, N. K., Jul 2020, In : Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 30, 7, p. 1337-1361 25 p.

Charles Darwin University

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  • Troubled waters: Threats and extinction risk of the sharks, rays and chimaeras of the Arabian Sea and adjacent waters

    Jabado, R. W., Kyne, P. M., Pollom, R. A., Ebert, D. A., Simpfendorfer, C. A., Ralph, G. M., Al Dhaheri, S. S., Akhilesh, K. V., Ali, K., Ali, M. H., Al Mamari, T. M. S., Bineesh, K. K., El Hassan, I. S., Fernando, D., Grandcourt, E. M., Khan, M. M., Moore, A. B. M., Owfi, F., Robinson, D. P., Romanov, E. & 5 others, Soares, A. L., Spaet, J. L. Y., Tesfamichael, D., Valinassab, T. & Dulvy, N. K., Nov 2018, In : Fish and Fisheries. 19, 6, p. 1043-1062 20 p.

    Charles Darwin University

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  • Ecological risk assessment and its application to elasmobranch conservation and management

    Gallagher, A., Kyne, P. & Hammerschlag, N., Apr 2012, In : Journal of Fish Biology. 80, 5, p. 1727-1748 22 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

  • Queensland's Threatened Animals

    Curtis, L. (ed.), Dennis, A. (ed.), McDonald, K. (ed.), Kyne, P. (ed.) & Debus, S. (ed.), 2012, 1st ed. Collingwood: CSIRO Publishing. 449 p.

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  • An integrated risk assessment for climate change: analyzing the vulnerability of sharks and rays on Australia's Great Barrier Reef

    Chin, A., Kyne, P., Walker, T. & McAuley, R., Jul 2010, In : Global Change Biology. 16, 7, p. 1936-1953 17 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review