Human impacts on marine functional connectivity

Keynote speaker: Robin Snape

Mediterranean sea turtles: A model for understanding Marine Functional Connectivity

​​​After completing his MSc in the UK and gaining experience as a volunteer in sea turtle conservation in the Mediterranean, Robin spent four years with the British Antarctic Survey as a field assistant studying seals, albatross and penguins on South Georgia.

Robin has since been based in Cyprus researching threatened higher marine vertebrates, with particular focus on fisheries impacts and sea turtle ecology, and using a broad suite of research techniques across a range of long term collaborative projects.

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Keynote speaker: Robin Snape

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