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Presentations: Lectures, seminars, workshops and public events

  • E.S. Poloczanska, M.T. Burrows, A.J. Southward & S.J. Hawkins. Getting warmer: searching for realistic models of climate-driven changes in populations of competing species. Dynamic Planet, Cairns, Australia , 2005.
  • E.S. Poloczanska, M.T. Burrows & S.J. Hawkins. Climate and barnacles: Hindcast, forecast and prediction, Advances in Ecosystem Modelling Research, Plymouth, 2005.
  • P. Moore, S.J. Hawkins, M. J. Genner, D. W. Sims, M. Burrows, E. S. Poloczanska, N. Mieszkowska, K. Hiscock & A. J. Southward. ‘Climate change - impact on biodiversity and ecosystems’. Devon Living Coasts Conference, Met Office, Exeter, Oct 2005.
  • S.J. Hawkins, G. Beaugrand, P.C. Reid, M. J. Genner, D. W. Sims, M. Burrows, E. S. Poloczanska, N. Mieszkowska, P.S. Moschella & A. J. Southward. ‘Climate Change Impacts on Marine Biodiversity and Ecosystems’. European Platform for Biodiversity Research Strategy, Hosted by DEFRA and the Scottish Executive as part of the UK presidency of the EU, Aviemore, Scotland, Oct 2005
  • S.J. Hawkins, M. J. Genner, D. W. Sims, M. Burrows, N. Mieszkowska, S. R. Jenkins, R. Leaper, M. Frost, P. S. Moschella, P. Masterson & A. J. Southward. ‘The combined influences of global environmental change and regional and local impacts on English Channel ecosystems’. Invited Speaker on section to inform Marine Bill considerations. British Ecological Society Annual Meeting, University of Hertfordshire, Sept 2005.
  • M.T. Frost, K. Hiscock, N. Mieszkowska & S.J. Hawkins ‘Long-term monitoring and data collection projects hosted by the MBA: The UK Marine Environmental Change Network (MECN), Marine Life Information Network for Britain and Ireland (MarLIN) and Marine Biodiversity and Climate Change project (MarClim)’. Long Term and Large Scale Management of Marine Biodiversity Information: MarBEF workshop, Helgoland. Mar 2005.
  • N. Mieszkowska, S.J. Hawkins, M.T. Burrows, M.A. Kendall, R. Leaper, E. S. Poloczanska & A.J. Southward. ‘Accounting for climate change in monitoring intertidal communities in Wales’. Invited Speaker. Countryside Council for Wales Marine Monitoring Workshop, Aberystwyth Oct 2004.
  • N. Mieszkowska, S.J. Hawkins, M.T. Burrows, M.A. Kendall, R. Leaper, E. S. Poloczanska & A.J. Southward. ‘MarClim Marine Biodiversity and Climate Change research in Britain’. National Science Foundation (USA) network to co-ordinate research on the North Atlantic (CORONA), Plymouth July 2004.
  • S.J. Hawkins, M.J. Genner, D.W. Sims & A.J. Southward. ‘Climate driven change in the Western English Channel Ecosystem’. Invited presentation. Climate Change and Aquatic Systems: Past, Present & Future. British Ecological Society, Marine Biological Association and Freshwater Biological Association, University of Plymouth, U.K. 21st-23rd July 2004
  • R. Leaper & A.J. Southward. ‘Detecting a signal from noise: retrospective analysis of intertidal communities over a period of major climate fluctuation’. Climate Change and Aquatic Systems: Past, Present & Future. British Ecological Society, Marine Biological Association and Freshwater Biological Association, University of Plymouth, U.K., July 2004
  • N. Mieszkowska, S.J. Hawkins, R.C. Thompson & M.A. Kendall. ‘Is climate change driving increased reproductive success in British trochid gastropods?’ Climate Change and Aquatic Systems: Past, Present & Future. British Ecological Society, Marine Biological Association and Freshwater Biological Association, University of Plymouth, U.K., July 2004.
  • E.S Poloczanska, M.T Burrows & S.J Hawkins. ‘Barnacles and Climate Change’. Climate Change and Aquatic Systems: Past, Present & Future. British Ecological Society, Marine Biological Association and Freshwater Biological Association, University of Plymouth, U.K., July 2004
  • P. Moore, S.J. Hawkins & R.C. Thompson. 'Ecological complexity places climate envelope in the shade'. Climate Change and Aquatic Systems: Past, Present & Future. British Ecological Society, Marine Biological Association and Freshwater Biological Association, University of Plymouth, U.K., July 2004
  • S.J. Hawkins, M.J. Genner, D.W. Sims & A.J. Southward. Gaia and Global Change hosted by James Lovelock: ‘Changes in marine life in the English Channel in response to climate and fishing pressure’. Invited speaker. Dartington, UK, Jun 2004.
  • N. Mieszkowska, S.J. Hawkins, M.T. Burrows, M.A. Kendall, R. Leaper & A.J. Southward. ‘Application of the Marine Biodiversity and Climate Change Project research to marine policy making’. UKCIP United Kingdom Climate Impacts Programme workshop for marine decision-makers - climate change impacts - what do we need to know? Invited speaker. London, Apr 2004
  • Poloczanska E.S., Burrows M.T. & Hawkins S.J., (Oral). Climate change and competitive interactions in intertidal barnacle populations, 38th European Marine Biology Symposium, Portugal, 2003.
  • Burrows M.T & Poloczanska E.S., (Poster). Use and analysis of digital photography for intertidal community monitoring, 38th European Marine Biology Symposium, Portugal, 2003.
  • S.J. Hawkins, N. Hardman-Mountford, D.W. Sims, M.J. Genner & A.J. Southward. ‘Long-term changes in the western English Channel by the Marine Biological Association: making the case for time series’. Keynote speaker. International conference hosted at the Linnaean Society on the use of long-term databases for the prediction of ecological change, London, Oct 2003.
  • N. Mieszkowska, M.A. Kendall & S.J. Hawkins. ‘Detecting the effects of climate change on intertidal diversity using long-term datasets’. International conference hosted at the Linnaean Society on the use of long-term databases for the prediction of ecological change, London, Oct 2003.
  • M.J. Genner, D.W. Sims, V. Wearmouth, E. Southall, S.J. Hawkins & A.J. Southward. ‘Climate and fishing drive a century of change in a marine fish community’. International conference hosted at the Linnaean Society on the use of long-term databases for the prediction of ecological change, London, Oct 2003.
  • R.C. Thompson, T.P. Crowe & S.J. Hawkins. ‘Rocky intertidal communities: past environmental changes, present status and predictions for the next 25 years’. International Conference on Environmental Future, Zurich, Switzerland, Mar 2003.
  • S.J. Hawkins, M.T. Burrows, M.A. Kendall, R. Leaper, N. Mieszkowska, P. Moore, A.J. Southward & R.C. Thompson. ‘Climate change and temperate reef ecosystems: integrating space and time’. International Temperate Reefs Symposium. Invited convenor of climate session. Christchurch, New Zealand, Jan 2003.
  • R. Leaper, M.T. Burrows, M.A. Kendall, N. Mieszkowska, P. Moore & A.J. Southward. ‘Can intertidal species be used as indicators of global climate change? Measuring and predicting responses of marine ecosystems in the North East Atlantic’. Invited speaker. International Temperate Reefs Symposium, Christchurch, New Zealand, Jan 2003.
  • S.J. Hawkins, K. Hiscock, R. Leaper, N. Mieszkowska, M. Kendall, R.C. Thompson, D. Sims, M. Genner, & J. Hill, M.T. Burrows, A.J. Southward. ‘The impacts of climate change on marine species and ecosystems around the British Isles and Ireland’. Invited speaker. Marine Conservation Society, Oct 2002
  • S.J. Hawkins, M.T. Burrows, M.A. Kendall, A.J. Southward & R.C. Thompson. ‘Climate change and biodiversity in long-term work by the MBA’. Invited seminar. Tyndall Workshop, University of East Anglia, Oct 2001.