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Dr Bryce Stewart


Bryce Stewart is an Australian marine ecologist and fisheries biologist whose work has ranged from temperate estuaries to tropical coral reefs and the deep-sea.

If you want to become part of the solution to our planet’s many challenges, the Natural Sciences at York provide the natural choice

Dr Bryce Stewart

As an undergraduate he studied a wide ranging science degree which led to his interest in marine biology – this broad approach to science is at the heart of the new interdisciplinary Natural Sciences programme.

His work on the life of deep-sea fishes was among the first to demonstrate their extreme longevity, and on coral reefs he provided new evidence for mechanisms of community regulation of prey fish by predators.

Bryce is passionate about promoting the sale and consumption of sustainable seafood by working with everyone from government ministers to fishermen, restaurants and supermarket chains.

Bryce is leader of the 3-year BSc and 4-year MSci Archaeology, Biology, Chemistry and Environment programme.

Beukers-Stewart, Bryce

Contact details

Dr Bryce Stewart
Department of Environment and Geography
University of York
Heslington
York
YO10 5DD

Tel: +44 (0)1904 32 4789
Fax: +44 (0)1904 32 2998

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