Interdisciplinary collaboration to inform marine environmental management and policy

14/12/2021

UCD Discovery is delighted to invite you to join thought leader Tasman Crowe, Director of the Earth Institute at University College Dublin, co-director of a new interdisciplinary BSc in Sustainability and chair of the National Biodiversity Forum,

on UCD Discovery's  Zoom for Thought 15-min chat series on;

 

Tuesday, December 14th @ 2 pm (Irish Standard Time)


where he will discuss:

"Interdisciplinary collaboration to inform marine environmental management and policy" 

Join the UCD Discovery Zoom for Thought chat via zoom - 

https://ucd-ie.zoom.us/j/69004903437

Meeting ID:  690 0490 3437

The event kicks off at 2 pm sharp and finishes at 2.15 pm.

 
Biography

Professor Tasman Crowe is Director of the Earth Institute at University College Dublin, co-director of a new interdisciplinary BSc in Sustainability and chair of the National Biodiversity Forum.  His research characterises individual and combined impacts of multiple stressors on marine ecosystems. He has also worked on biomonitoring, eco-engineering, invasive species, marine protected areas and the cultural value of ecosystems. He collaborates widely on national and international research projects and is coordinating the Land2Sea project funded under the Belmont-Biodiversa programme. He has published 100+ papers and book chapters and co-edited Marine ecosystems: human impacts on biodiversity, functioning and services published by Cambridge University Press (CUP).  He is on the editorial boards of Frontiers in Marine Ecology and CUP’s Ecology, Biodiversity and Conservation Series. He is on the committees of Future Earth Ireland and the Environmental Sciences Association of Ireland and was a founding member of the All-Island Climate and Biodiversity Research Network.  He was co-chair of the European Marine Board working group on ocean observation and was President of the European Marine Biology Symposium 2016-2019. He recently chaired an MPA Advisory Group established by the Irish government to provide advice and recommendations on the expansion of Ireland’s network of Marine Protected Areas.