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Our Seas: Past, Present and Future

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University Centre Reaseheath

Reaseheath

Nantwich

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Talk Starts 7.30pm

Our Seas: Past, Present and Future.

Dr Gemma Fenwick, Research Associate at Lancaster University REEFS Team will be talking about UK Seas and their wild inhabitants. Humans have a variety of impacts on the sea and this talk will go into aspects of marine biology, ocean pollution, current marine conservation strategies and incentives to look after our Seas.

Dr Gemma Fenwick – Research Associate at Lancaster University REEFS Team.

Dr Gemma Fenwick graduated from the University of Essex with a first class honours degree in Marine and Freshwater Biology. Gemma has since lectured on Coral Reef Ecology in Egypt, worked for Cefas as a Fisheries Biologist, earned a PhD with the University of London based at their Marine Biological Station in Millport, on the Isle of Cumbrae in Scotland, and taught students from Kings College London, University of Glasgow and Queen Marys London.

Gemma’s career has seen her act as a researcher and lecturer in Indonesia, Egypt, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Curaçao, Tobago, Zanzibar and Mexico, among other places. Gemma has worked at international organisations such as Chumbe Island Coral Park in Tanzania and ZMT Bremen. Gemma taught at Blackpool & Fylde College from 2014 to 2019 and recently became a Research Associate at Lancaster University, joining the REEFS (Reef Environments: Ecosystem, Function & Society) team within Lancaster Environment Centre. Gemma is an expert in marine biology and coral reef ecology, a STEM ambassador, Member of the Royal Society of Biology and a PADI professional. During the summer months Gemma also led marine science research expeditions in Akumal, Mexico, supervising undergraduate and postgraduate students from across the globe.

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There is free parking at the event. You will need to use the entrance on the B5074 (Main Road) and park in either in the car park on the left as you first enter the campus (see maps below). The event is being held in Room HE8 University Centre Reaseheath which is accessible via Reception/Centrepoint and will be signposted from the car parks.

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