An experienced marine biologist with a BSc (Hons) degree in Marine Biology, and an MSc in marine resource development and protection. My current position at Swansea University involves a technical research role working on an EU funded research project (SEACAMS2), and part-time PhD studying environmental drivers of change in seagrass meadows. Over the past 6 years I have gained experience working on a range of projects from marine mammal acoustic monitoring to fish, seagrass and benthic surveys around Wales and UK using a variety of methods.
I also have experience in environmental education having worked at Orielton Field Centre, Field Studies Council, and Academic Treks, teaching marine ecology, and tropical marine biology courses. I currently assist with the Marine biology field course BIO260.