- Robin Kennish (PhD awarded 1995) (joint supervision with Dr.S.Y. Lee, HKU).
Seasonal patterns of algal availability, influences on diet selection and
fitness of the tropical crab Grapsus albolineatus.
Kaehler (PhD awarded 1996)
Causes and consequences of the spatial and temporal distribution of encrusting
algae on tropical rocky shores.
- Kate Harper (PhD awarded 1996)
The ecology of Acanthopleura japonica (Mollusca: Polyplacophora): a
dominant herbivore on Hong Kong rocky
- Sanjay Nagarkar (PhD awarded 1996)
The ecology of intertidal epilithic biofilms with special reference to cyanobacteria.
- Mak Yiu Ming (PhD awarded 1996)
The ecology of the high-zone littorinids, Nodilittorina trochoides,
N. radiata and N. vidua on rocky shores in Hong Kong.
- Yang Ka Yee (MPhil awarded 1996) (joint supervision with Dr. S.Y. Lee, HKU)
The feeding ecology of the mudskipper Boleopthalamus pectinirostris
at the Mai Po Marshes.
- Chan Kwok Kan (PhD awarded 1999)
The ecology of Tetraclita squamosa and Tetraclita japonica (Crustacea: Cirripedia) in Hong Kong
- Neil Hutchinson (PhD awarded 1999)
Spatial variation on tropical shore: the role of herbivory and disturbance.
- Celesta Lee (MPhil awarded 2000) (joint supervision with Dr. P. Aug, Chinese University)
The phenology of Sargassum and its mobile epiphytes in Long Ke Wan, Hong Kong, with special
reference to Sargassum henslowianum C.Ag.
- Richard Huang (PhD awarded 2001)
Spatial variation in Cellana grata populations: the interplay of population dynamics and food availability .
- Charles, Lee Sung Chi (PhD awarded 2001) (joint supervision with
Dr G. Brown, Chemistry
Chemical ecology of algae and the cyanobacterium Kyrtuthrix maculans on Hong Kong rocky shores.
- Olive Lee (PhD awarded 2001) (joint supervision with Dr K. Hyde,
The feeding ecology of Littoraria species in Hong Kong mangroves.
- Greg Slingsby (PhD, withdrawn 1999) (joint supervision with Dr. F. Leung, Zoology Department, HKU)
Population genetics of high shore limpets.
- Mony, Chin I Mei (PhD awarded 2003)
Intraspecific variation in Monodonta labio among different intertidal habitats in Hong Kong .
- Wallis, Chan Kam Sheung (PhD awarded 2002)
Variation in cyanobacteria-dominated biofilms: consequences for the diet, growth and reproduction of an
- Richard Stafford (PhD awarded 2002)(joint supervision with Dr. M. Davis, The University of
A temperate:tropical comparison of high shore communities.
- Rose, Chan Man Yiu (PhD, withdrawn to become Immigration Officer, 2000)
Feeding ecology of Cellana toreuma.
- Wendy, Leung Wing-man (MPhil, withdrawn to become a Cathay Pacific pilot, 2003)
Pollution and anthropogenic influences on rocky intertidal communities.
- Wai Tak Cheung (PhD awarded 2004)
Direct and indirect effects of foraging of the urchin, Anthocidaris in low shore rock pools.
- Yan Yan (PhD awarded 2003) (joint supervision with Dr.
Larval supply and settlement of the high shore barnacle Chthamalus
- Ariel, Yeung Chung Yan (PhD awarded 2006)
The ecology of Nerita albicilla
and N. yoldii on Hong Kong rocky shores.
- David Poon (MPhil awarded 2004) (joint supervision
with Dr. B.K.K. Chan)
The feeding ecology of two mangrove crabs, Perisesarma and Metopograpsus.
- Avis Ngan (PhD awarded 2006)
Modelling the foraging behavour of Cellana
- Shirley Chow Chi Yui (MPhil awarded 2004) (joint supervison
with Dr. B.K.K. Chan)
Foraging behaviour and community impact of the predator, Thais clavigera.
- Janet Lee Ka Wai (PhD awarded 2007)
Foraging behaviour of the soldier crab, Mictyris.
- Jasmine, Ng So Shan (PhD awarded 2007)
Behaviour and significance of mid shore grazers guilds with particular reference toAcanthopleura japonica.
- Wolfie, Houng Lai Chien (MPhil awarded 2005) (joint supervision with
Dr. K.M.Y. Leung)
Heat shock protein expression in limpets on Hong Kong rocky shores.
- Damgy, Chan Hoi Lam (PhD awarded 2008) (joint supervision with Dr. B.K.K. Chan
and Prof. K.H. Chu, Chinese University)
Supply side ecology and population genetic of Tetraclita japonica and
Tetraclita squamosa in the South China Coast.
- Stephen Cartwright (PhD awarded 2010)
Facilitation on the tropical shores.
- June Leung (PhD, started 2007)
Aggretation behaviour in intertidal invertebrates.
- Terence Tung (MPhil, started 2009) (joint supervision with Dr. V. Thiyagarajan)
The role of mucus cues in mate recognition in mangrove littorinids.
- Kathy Li (MPhil, started 2009)
Heat tolerance in high shore littorinids.
- Charles Ma (PhD, started 2009)(joint supervision with Dr. C. Dumont)
A comparison of invasive mussels.
- Karen Villarta (PhD, started 2010)
The ecology and life history strategies of Cellana toreuma.
- Claudia Bruschini (1998-1999) Graduate student, University of Firenze, Italy.
- Peter Jensen (1999, 3 months) MSc student, University of Aarhuis, Denmark.
- Annika Walters (2001, 3 months) Undergraduate student, Princeton University, USA.
- Olivia Stark (2004, 6 months) MSc student, Oldendorf University, Germany.
- Edison Macusi (2007, 8 months) MSc student, Bremen University, Germany.
- Sujittra Samakraman (2007 - on going) MPhil student, Bangkok, Thailand (co-supervision)
- Ivana Prusina (2010 - on going) PhD student, Dubrovonic/Palermo, Italy (co-supervision)
- Dr Y.M. Mak (1996-1997)
The taxonomy and ecology of SE Asian rocky shore
littorinids (Croucher Fellow, with Dr DG Reid, British
- Dr R.I. Lewis (1997-1999)
The maintenance of biodiversity in extreme environments:
is behaviour influential? (HKU Post Doctoral
- Dr S. Nagarkar (1998-2002)
The ecology of intertidal,
epilithic cyanobacteria (RGC).
- Dr Chan Kwok Kan Benny (1998-2001)
Educational Research Fellow, The Virtual School of Biodiversity (UGC funded).
Hutchinson (2001- 2002)
Rock substrate characteristics and grazer behaviour (Deans award for Faculty collaboration).
- Dr Ng Wai Chuen (2006 - to date)
Population genetics of intertidal organisms (RGC funded).
- Dr Wai Tak Cheung (2007 - to date, with KMY Leung and D Dudgeon)
The fate of detrital materials: intertidal and subtidal trophic interactions (University PDF and RGC funded).
- Dr S.R. Cartwright (2011 - to date)
Physical stress and the role of interspecific facilitation on rocky shores.
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