Dr Gemma Fenwick FHEAResearcher
Gemma is a marine biologist and coral reef ecologist, currently assessing the declines in coral reef fish biomass in remote wildnerness reserves. Gemma joined the LEC Reefs team as a Research Associate in 2019 and now works as a Lecturer.
Gemma has additional interests in non-native marine species and collaborates with researchers at the Centre for Ecology, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science.
Prior to joining Lancaster University, Gemma was a Lecturer in Marine Biology at Blackpool and the Fylde College, delivering the Lancaster University degree in Marine Biology. Gemma has a PhD from the University of London in crustacean biology and behaviour in the Clyde Sea Area, Scotland.
Gemma is module convenor for LEC.351 Coral Reef Ecology and contributes to teaching in LEC.141 Evolutionary Biology, LEC.142 Zoology, LEC.144 Global Change Biology, LEC.241 Populations and Ecosystems, LEC.248 Vertebrate Biology, LEC.345 Animal Behaviour and LEC.352 Ecology Field Skills.
- Ecology and Conservation