Dr Tim Lamont1851 Royal Commission Research Fellow
Tim is a marine biologist at Lancaster Environment Centre, with research interests in coral reef ecology and restoration. He aims to understand the processes at work on healthy reefs, in order to guide efforts to restore degraded ecosystems. Tim studied has carried out research on coral reefs across the Indo-Pacific region, and completed a PhD in reef bioacoustics at the University of Exeter in 2020. He started his current research fellowship at Lancaster in 2022, funded by the Royal Commission of 1851 and in collaboration with the Mars Coral Reef Restoration Programme.
Coral reef restoration in Indonesia: A review of policies and projects
Razak, T., Boström-Einarsson, L., Alisa, C., Vida, R., Lamont, T. 31/03/2022 In: Marine Policy. 137, 9 p.
Ecological function on restored coral reefs (Tim Gordon)
31/12/2021 → 30/06/2025