Thanks to an incredible response to my earlier blog on ocean books, here is a longer list of salty tales to enjoy!
This last year I have been devouring books on the ocean. Here are snapshots of the books I’ve particularly enjoyed...
In this week's Little Blue Letter I teamed up with Glen Wright to compile marine stories of particular interest in 2018.
The sun has just set over a coconut fringed headland on our last night in Sri Lanka. These few weeks have offered a fantastic contrast to the short, chilly days in London at this time of year, and have also highlighted the incredible biological riches this country has to offer.
A hell of a lot of wonderful people have been cheering me on for the last four years, and I didn't have room to mention them all in my actual thesis, so here goes...
Our review of over 10,000 articles relating to systematic conservation planning resulted in us identifying only three high quality evaluations of implemented plans.
Here are some gems I've come across recently which I hope will be as useful to others.
Vanessa Adams and colleagues have published a fantastic guide to designing implementation strategies alongside conservation plans.
Today I am starting as Coordinator of the Great British Oceans campaign with the Marine Reserves Coalition.
Our latest paper on using technology to enhance evidence syntheses is out today in Nature Ecology & Evolution, ‘Software support for environmental evidence synthesis’.