Dr Amanda E Bates BSc, PhD
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Dr Amanda E Bates is Lecturer within Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton at the University of Southampton.
Let Nature be your Teacher (Wordsworth)
Our climate is changing, and in response, so is life on Earth. Species are shifting when they breed and moving into different habitats, altering existing natural systems and how we manage our natural resources. At the same time, humans are impacting ecosystems from the ocean’s depths to the poles in the search for new sources of food, energy, minerals, and biotechnology.
These factors are not localized and my research program extends beyond country boundaries and across ecosystems in order to develop tools and new ways of thinking about conservation and management in an era of global change.
2011-2013: Research Fellow, University of Tasmania, Institute for Marine & Antarctic Studies, Australia
2010-2011: Research Fellow, Deakin University, Centre for Integrated Ecology, Australia
2009-2010: Post-doctoral Fellow, University of Otago, Department of Marine Science, New Zealand
2008-2009: Post-doctoral Fellow, University of British Columbia, Department of Zoology, Canada
1998-2001: Science Educator, University of Victoria, Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre, Canada