A A A

Can Large MPAs Protect Tuna and Sharks?

Thu, 04 Jun 2015 14:04:29 +0000

a guest blog by David Curnick, written for the 2015 Write About Research Competition. With a global human population of over 7 billion it is becoming ever more important to manage our natural resources effectively. For centuries, the oceans have been seen as an endless bounty, ripe for harvesting. However, this simply isn’t the case […]

The post Can Large MPAs Protect Tuna and Sharks? appeared first on GEE Research.

Read more...

London NERC DTP - GEE Projects 2014

Biodiversity/Evolution/Ecology

Project Title
Supervisor
Co-Supervisor
Anthropogenic impacts on African tropical lake benthic communities
Julia Day Kirsty Kemp, Institute of Zoology
Evolution of infertility under sexual selection in stalk-eyed flies Andrew Pomiankowski
Kevin Fowler, GEE UCL
Identifying traits that make plant species vulnerable to climate change Richard Pearson
Justin Moat, GIS Lab, Kew
Integrating dynamics into metrics for local conservation priorities Georgina Mace Andy Purvis, Life Sciences, UCL
Linking patterns and processes in tropical forests David Murrell Sofia Olhede Statistical Science, UCL
Modularity, metamorphosis, and diversity: a quantitative perspective on the drivers of amphibian diversity
Anjali Goswami
Susan Evans, Cell and Developmental Biology, UCL
Natural variation in the temperature response of an alpine plant
Astrid Wingler
 
Predicting human impacts and environmental change on Southeast Asian biodiversity: past, present and future
Helen Chatterjee
Samuel Turvey, Institute of Zoology
Predicting long-term changes in biodiversity for enhanced environmental decision-making Ben Collen  
Reality Checking a General Ecosystem Model Georgina Mace Drew Purves, Computer Science Lab, Microsoft Research
Resolving Deep Animal Phylogenies Through Genome-wide Maximum Likelihood Phylogenetic Inference
Christophe Dessimoz
Max Telford, GEE
Stability of complex ecological networks under climate change Richard Pearson
Simone Severini, Computer Science, UCL
The evolution of guppy sex chromosomes, and their role in sexually selected traits
Judith Mank
 
The genetics and epigenetics of Y-linked fitness variation in fruitflies Max Reuter
 Kevin Fowler, GEE
The genomic architecture of mitochondria     Biodiversity
Nick Lane
Vincent Jansen, RHUL

Past Life & Environment

Project title
Supervisor Co-Supervisor
The origin of life in alkaline hydrothermal vents Nick Lane
John Ward, Biochemical Engineering, UCL

Earth-Life Systems

Project  Title
Supervisor Co-Supervisor
What makes us give? Insights into charitable donation decisions Nichola Raihani  

Page last modified on 29 jul 14 12:53