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Dr Phillip Fenberg PhD

Lecturer in Marine Biology

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Dr Phillip Fenberg is Lecturer in Marine Biology within Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton at the University of Southampton.

2013 - Present: Lecturer in Marine Biology, University of Southampton

Adjunct Curator: University of Colorado Museum of Natural History. 2013

Postdoc and Project Director: Partnership for Interdisciplinary Studies for Coastal Oceans (PISCO). The Science of Marine Reserves Project (European version). 2010-2012

Postdoc: The Natural History Museum (London). 2008-2010

PhD in Ecology and Evolution. University of California, San Diego. 2008

BSc in Biology, University of Arizona. 2001

Research interests

I am a coastal marine ecologist broadly interested in using integrative methods to bridge the gap between basic ecology and evolution research with conservation biology. I use a diverse set of tools and data ranging from large scale field studies, population genetics, historical museum records, life history theory, meta-analyses and science communication to better understand and help mitigate the ecological and evolutionary consequences of human impacts on coastal marine species.

Research group

Marine Biology and Ecology

Research project(s)

The role of habitat gaps and oceanography on the biogeography of rocky intertidal species over historic time scales

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SOES1006 Introduction to Marine Ecology (Module Coordinator)
SOES1007 Marine Invertebrates
SOES2030 Dale field marine biology fieldwork skills
SOES6001 Contemporary topics

Dr Phillip Fenberg
Ocean and Earth Science
National Oceanography Centre Southampton
University of Southampton Waterfront Campus
European Way
Southampton SO14 3ZH

Room Number: NOCS/566/02

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