Marine Biology at the James Cook University in Townsville, Australia
before moving to Cairns, the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef,
one of the world's biologically richest and most threatened marine
ecosystems. Medway spent there 8 years working in marine tourism.
She got first-hand knowledge on the ocean and its creatures. From
1996 to 2002 she extensively explored remote regions of the GBR.
has been involved in many research programs such as the ones on
Dwarf Minke Whales, White Tip Reef Sharks, Bio-erosion, water
quality monitoring and nautilus. Medway is a specialist of the
many ecosystems of the GBR. Her special interests are in remote
areas, unusual invertebrates, and hammerheads.
her work on the Great Barrier Reef, Medway has witnessed the dramatic
decline of sea population, the destruction of coral reefs, and
the degradation of the ocean and its inhabitants. She is very
concerned by the impact of human and industrial activities on
marine environments and is involved in many conservation projects.
served as a guide and marine consultant to Ocean wonderland crew.
to Tracey Medway