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Dr Liz Talbot

Marine Ecologist



Contact Details

+44 (0)1752 633100 (switchboard)

sat16/10/2021 16:02:59@pml.ac.uk

Liz is an early career researcher with the Marine Ecology and Biodiversity group at PML. She gained her PhD, which focussed on modelling the effects of climate stressors on crustacean energetics, from the University of Southampton in 2019. During her PhD, Liz had the opportunity to participate in a research cruise to the Barents Sea as part of the NERC Changing Arctic Ocean Seafloor (ChAOS) project, and to spend time working in the Government Office for Science as part of the UKRI Policy Internships scheme.

Since joining PML, Liz has worked on several projects focussed on using biogeochemical and species distribution models to inform climate smart marine spatial planning in Europe, SE Asia and East Africa. She is also part of a team investigating the effects of artificial light at night on the behaviour and physiology of inter-tidal invertebrate species.

Projects

ALICE
Artificial Light in Coastal Ecosystems (ALICE)

Contact: Dr Tim Smyth

Artificial light at night (ALAN) can now be detected above 22% of the world’s coasts, and will dramatically increase as coastal human...

SOLSTICE-WIO
SOLSTICE-WIO: Sustainable Oceans, Livelihoods and food Security Through Increased Capacity in Ecosystem research in the Western Indian Ocean

SOLSTICE – WIO is a four year collaborative GCRF project that aims to strengthen capacity in the Western Indian Ocean (WIO) region to address...

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