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PERSONAL DATA

Gender female
Job title Director and Marine Ecologist
Institution
Marine Ecological Solutions Ltd. ( Marine EcoSol)
41 High Street Menai Bridge LL59 5EF
Address
41 High Street, Menai Bridge, Anglesey
LL59 5EF
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel +441248712277
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Website http://www.marine-ecosol.com
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree BSc. MSc
Job type Natural Resource Management
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Marine Biotechnology, Marine Products , Marine and Coastal Engineering , Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Pollution , Research Support Services , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Marine Biotechnology, Marine Products , Marine and Coastal Engineering , Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Pollution , Research Support Services
Research Activities Director of Marine Ecological Solutions Ltd. Based in North Wales we are a team of scientific divers and qualified and experienced marine ecologists. We provide marine biologists to work above and below water throughout the world, with specific knowledge of the UK, Indo-Pacific and Red Sea. Our team can carry out all planning stages of a diving or video survey and provide a professional report or simply provide the scientific personnel to support your existing research. Surveys we undertake can describe a basic habitat or provide a detailed overview of the existing flora and fauna, produce the relevant marine aspects of an appropriate assessment, or provide advice to clients regarding any marine species and habitats of special conservation concern (such as Annex 1 features and conservation objectives of a Special Area of Conservation or those listed on UK marine Biodiversity Action Plans). Using Geographical Information System (GIS) we will overlay your existing data onto maps or aerial photos providing an effective way to analyse and represent information in a spatial format. We provide a free consultation to clarify your specific needs if you require a marine biological survey or GIS support.
Research Region UK, Europe, Indo-Pacific, 41, Middle East
Skills/Expertise Professional scientific diving and dive operations management Benthic survey (both subtidal and intertidal), JNCC Marine Habitat Classification system (biotoping), MNCR Phase 1 and 2 intertidal and subtidal survey, British and Indo-Pacific (including Red Sea) macroflora and faunal identification, Underwater digital photography, underwater video analysis, Research, literature reviews and report writing Experimental and Statistical design and analysis. Licensed with a working knowledge of Mapinfo and ArcGIS. General high IT literacy - experienced in univariate/multivariate statistical programmes, multiple word processing and database packages. Working with and co-ordinating both professionals and marine volunteers.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Miss Liz MORRIS)

1. Egerton, J., Morris, L., Goudge, H. and Brazier, P. 2010. Intertidal Phase 1 mapping from Pen ychain to Criccieth, Pen Llŷn a'r Sarnau SAC CCW Science Report No 953. 30pp, Countryside Council for Wales, Bangor. 2. Lock, K. & Morris, L. 2010. Seasearch Wales 2010 Report. Prepared for CCW by Seasearch. 3. E.S. Morris, Cocks, D., Goudge, H. 2010. Connectivity of Marine Habitats – identification of vulnerable species. CCW Contract Science Reports 920, 127pp, Countryside Council for Wales. 4. E. Morris, Cooke, A, Easter, J., Goudge, H., Hirst, N. Lawrence, A. 2010. A Series of Volunteer Resource Packs for Marine Biodiversity Action Plan Species and Habitats of Wales: Methods Report. CCW Series of BAP Resource Packs. Report Nos: 1-9, CCW, Bangor Head Office. 5. Lock, K. & Morris, L. 2009. Seasearch Wales 2009 Report. Prepared for CCW by Seasearch. 6. Morris, E.S., Hirst, N., & Easter, J. 2009. Summary of 2009 Seagrass Surveys in Porth Dinllaen. CCW Marine Monitoring Interim Report. 7.Goudge, H., Morris, E.S. & Sharp. R. 2010. North Wales summer Recreational Sea Angler (RSA) surveys pilot study June to October 2008. CCW Policy Research Report No. 08/31. 8. G. J. Baker, F. Crouch, J. Sewell J. Parr, J. Oakley, A. Lawrence and E. Morris. 2009. A Marine Education Framework for Wales. CCW Contract Science Report No: 890. A report by the Marine Biological Association, Plymouth, UK. 9. Morris, E.S. & Goudge, H. 2008. Piloting the Use of Volunteer Divers in Subtidal Marine Monitoring in Wales: Preliminary Seagrass Surveys in Porth Dinllaen and Milford Haven. CCW Marine Monitoring Interim Report. 10. Goudge, H. and Morris, E.S. 2008. North Wales Recreational Sea Angler (RSA) surveys pilot study December 2007 to March 2008. CCW Policy Research Report No. 08/14. 11. Morris, E. 2008. North Llyn Seasearch Summary Report 2007. 12. Morris, E.S., Goudge, H. and Duce, C. 2007. An introductory review of the biology and population dynamics of the green shore crab, Carcinus maenas (L.), in the UK, with specific reference to the Menai Strait. CCW Policy Research Report No. 07/18. 13. Morris, E. 2006. South Llyn Seasearch Summary Report 2006. 14. Morris, E. and Goudge, H. 2006. Literature review and bibliography of the biotic and abiotic characteristics of the maritime environment of the Menai Strait and Conwy Bay area. CCW Policy Research Report No. 06/3. 15. Morris, E. and Kay, L. 2005. North Llyn Seasearch Summary Report 2005. *** Other reports completed but not available due to client confidentiality ***


Created: 2006-10-30 Last Updated: 2015-05-15 by Liz MORRIS