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Centre for

Marine Biodiversity and Biotechnology

From the shoreline to the deep ocean, tackling issues from pure ecology
and physiology to aquaculture, marine spatial planning and conservation.

 

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Main CMBB Supervisor (s)

   

 

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 Naif Ashri

The Ecotoxicology of Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) in Marine Sediments

Mark Hartl

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Laura Duran

Evaluating the resilience of sea surface and deepwater systems to recover from oil spills in the Faroe-Shetland Channel

 

 Tony Gutierrez

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Kerstin Forsberg

Biological, fisheries and socio-economic assessment of three species of sharks and mobula rays in Peru

Hamish Mair

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Zuzanna Gajda-Meissner

Toxicity of engineered nanomaterials to selected aquatic species

Teresa Fernandes

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Rebecca Grieve

Impact of hydrodynamic change associated with marine renewable installation on species of conservation importance

Bill Sanderson

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Hannah Lee

Quantifying the potential contributing of shellfish beds to blue carbon sinks

Bill Sanderson

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Glenn Jessen

Climate change and ecotoxicology: re-assessing biomarker baselines in light of a changing environment

Mark Hartl

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Corin Liddle

 Nanomaterial fate, transport, behaviour and bioavailability/toxicity in the Environment

Teresa Fernandes

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Afiq Mohd Fahmi

Marine microbial response to oil pollution in future ocean conditions.

Tony Gutierrez

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David Robinson

Biology of top marine predators in the Indian Ocean

Hamish Mair 

Rupert Ormond

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Ana Rodriguez Perez

European oyster (Ostrea edulis) restoration: marine protected areas and built structures

 Bill Sanderson

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Kevin Scott

Understanding the biology of Cancer pagurus in relation to fisheries and human impact

Alastair Lyndon