Katie Doyle

Project: Impact of increased predator presence through stocking on carp populations and the implications for management

My project is being undertaken in association with the University of Queensland, CSIRO, Douglas Shire Council, the Wet Tropics Management Authority and the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service.


Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Tilapia aquaculture in Thailand.
Bachelor of Science majoring in Biology (University of Sydney, 2004).

Kylie has worked as an aquarium manager, and public liaison officer for Sydney aquarium and as Kangaroo Management Officer and Environmental Consultant for Cumberland Ecology. She has also done volunteer stints for NSW Fisheries, and the Marine Discovery Centre at Bondi, NSW.


Project details

CRC Program:
Freshwater Products and Strategies

University of Queensland
CSIRO Townsville

Darryl McPhee
Andrew Norris (Qld DPI&F)
Michael Hutchinson (Qld DPI&F)

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