SEACAMS2 project staff

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Ruth

Dr Ruth Callaway
Science Officer, SEACAMS2
Specialist subjects:
Benthic infauna and epifauna, marine ecology, biodiversity, statistical analyses of benthic communities

 

Swansea webpage: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/staff/science/biosciences/r.m.callaway/

Rich

Dr Richard Unsworth
Science Officer, SEACAMS2
Specialist subjects:
Seagrass and fish ecology, coral reefs, Marine conservation and environmental change, Environmental Impact Assessment

Swansea webpage: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/staff/science/biosciences/r.k.f.unsworth/

Sam Rees - Technical officer

Sam Rees
Technical Officer, SEACAMS2
I am a new member to the team from an aquatic husbandry background. I am keen to replicate natural conditions ex situ to understand the complex drivers of natural life and the effects climate change. Current project involvement includes seagrass restoration, development of BRUV techniques and benthic ecology monitoring.

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John Griffin

Dr John Griffin
Research expertise: Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, Coastal Ecology, Restoration Ecology.
Research in my group is aimed at elucidating how biodiversity and species interactions affect the functioning of ecosystems. We are addressing this across a range of systems including rocky shores, salt marshes, coral reefs and even alpine meadows. Empirical approaches include large-scale surveys, field and mesocosm experiments and meta-analysis.

Swansea webpage: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/staff/science/biosciences/j.n.griffin/