Dr Stephanie Januchowski-Hartley

Dr Stephanie Januchowski-Hartley
Research Fellowship
Biosciences
Telephone: (01792) 604845
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Areas of Expertise

  • Freshwater ecosystems
  • Communication
  • Interdisiplinary research
  • Geographic Information Systems

Publications

  1. Lennox, R., Paukert, C., Aarestrup, K., Auger-Méthé, M., Baumgartner, L., Birnie-Gauvin, K., Bøe, K., Brink, K., Brownscombe, J., Chen, Y., Davidsen, J., Eliason, E., Filous, A., Gillanders, B., Helland, I., Horodysky, A., Januchowski-Hartley, S., Lowerre-Barbieri, S., Lucas, M., Martins, E., Murchie, K., Pompeu, P., Power, M., Raghavan, R., Rahel, F., Secor, D., Thiem, J., Thorstad, E., Ueda, H., Whoriskey, F., Cooke, S. One Hundred Pressing Questions on the Future of Global Fish Migration Science, Conservation, and Policy Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7
  2. Linke, S., Hermoso, V., Januchowski‐Hartley, S., Januchowski-Hartley, S. Toward process‐based conservation prioritizations for freshwater ecosystems Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 29 7 1149 1160
  3. Moon, K., Blackman, D., Adams, V., Colvin, R., Davila, F., Evans, M., Januchowski-Hartley, S., Bennett, N., Dickinson, H., Sandbrook, C., Sherren, K., St. John, F., van Kerkhoff, L., Wyborn, C., Ellison, A. Expanding the role of social science in conservation through an engagement with philosophy, methodology, and methods Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 3 294 302
  4. Januchowski-Hartley, S. Dance of the sawshelled turtles Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 17 2
  5. Januchowski-Hartley, S., Jézéquel, C., Tedesco, P. Modelling built infrastructure heights to evaluate common assumptions in aquatic conservation Journal of Environmental Management 232 131 137

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Teaching

  • BIB700 Trends in Biosciences

    In this module you will discover what it takes to be a research scientist and discuss world-leading research with biologists and ecologists from Universities and Research Institutes from all over the UK and around the world. You will attend our Biosciences seminar series, generally held every second Thursday, as well as a series of journal clubs and more informal talks, held on the Thursdays in between the biweekly seminars. Following each seminar there will be a group workshop with the speakers where you will learn to evaluate critically current research and advanced scholarship in the discipline. You will gain practical understanding of how established techniques of research and enquiry are used to create and interpret knowledge in Biosciences. For a selection of seminars, you will summarise the research highlights (3 to 5 bullet points, maximum 85 characters) and write an abstract on the research (max 300 words). You will also produce brief, webinar-style presentations and blogs for Swansea BioTalks, the blog for our seminar and journal club series at the Department of Biosciences. These tasks will allow you to fine-tune your communication skills and increase your depth of understanding of the latest research in Biosciences.