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Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton

Dr Katie St John Glew MSci, PhD

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

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Dr Katie St John Glew is a Postdoctoral Research fellow within Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton at the University of Southampton.

2018 – Present: Postdoctoral research fellow studying the use of stable isotope tools within fisheries traceability applications, University of Southampton and in collaboration with the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC).

2014 – 2018: PhD in Marine Biology, University of Southampton. Thesis titled: The retrospective geolocation of free living marine animals using stable isotopes.

2008 – 2012: MSci Marine Biology (1st Class Honours), University of Southampton

Research interests

My current project aims to develop 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.

My PhD research focussed on using stable isotope geolocation techniques to study the movement and foraging locations of seabirds and fish populations around UK waters.

My general research interests include spatial ecology, stable isotope ecology, migration and movement ecology, fisheries and policy.

Research group

Marine Biology and Ecology

I am responsible for the Challenger Society’s social media communications and the society’s blog site.

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Book Chapter

  • Trueman, C., & St John Glew, K. L. (2018). Isotopic tracking of marine animal movement. In K. A. Hobson, & L. I. Wassenaar (Eds.), Tracking Animal Migration With Stable Isotopes (pp. 135). Cambridge, Mass.: Academic Press.


Dr Katie St John Glew
Ocean and Earth Science
National Oceanography Centre Southampton
University of Southampton Waterfront Campus
European Way
Southampton SO14 3ZH

Room Number: NOCS/566/17

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