Dr Katie St John Glew
Katie is a marine spatial ecologist (post-doc) working at the University of Southampton. She is currently working in collaboration with the Marine Stewardship Council, developing a methodology to verify catch locations of commercially caught fish using stable isotopes. The aim is to use these techniques to aid fisheries traceability and improve sustainability and management. Katie recently finished her PhD at the University of Southampton, where she used stable isotope methodologies to study the movement and foraging locations of seabirds and fish populations around UK waters. Katie also did her undergraduate degree (Master of Marine Biology) at the University of Southampton.
Katie is very interested in policy and marine management, and spent 3 months on a placement at DEFRA during her PHD. She is also extremely passionate about scientific communication and outreach projects.
Katie is responsible for the Society’s social media communications and the Society’s blog. Please get in contact through the contact form on this website if you have any comments or queries.
Offshore Survey 2019 Announces Keynote Speakers
Offshore Survey, which takes place alongside Ocean Business at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton UK, from 10-11 April 2019, is delighted to confirm two high profile speakers to deliver keynote presentations on each day of the conference.
Cheri Arvonio, Offshore Survey’s Event Manager commented, “We’re excited to announce that Rear Admiral Tim Lowe CBE, who is the Acting Chief Executive of the UK Hydrographic Office, will be delivering one of the keynote presentations and John Pinder, who recently retired from his position as Port Hydrographer at the Port of London Authority will also be presenting a keynote. Both offer a vast resource of knowledge working at the forefront of the industry.”
Associate Editor Positions - Journal of Operational Oceanography
Jounrnal of Operational Oceanagraphy is seeking to appoint Associate Editors.
Coastal Ocean Processes - UEA - April 1st and 2nd 2019
Please go to the Coastal Processes SIG page for detail of the meeting....