1. Prof. Brian T. Helmuth. University of South Carolina, USA. Global ecological climate modelling in the intertidal.
  2. Dr. Carolyn Lundquist. National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Science, New Zealand. Biodiversity, biogeography and climate change in New Zealand.
  3. Dr. Elvira Poloczanska, Commonweatlth Scientific and Industry Research Organisation, National Research Flagships; Climate Change Adaptation. Global marine biodiversity and climate change.
  4. Dr Bayden Russell, University of Adelaide, Australia; Ocean Acidification impacts on grazers and microalgal communities.
  5. Dr. Mike T. Burrows. Scottish Association of Marine Science, Scotland. Marine biodiversity and climate change.
  6. Prof. Steve J. Hawkins, Dr. Heather Sugden. University of Southampton. Marine biodiversity and climate change.
  7. Mr. Garry Watson, Ngahere Uri O Te Ngahere Trust, New Zealand. Conservation of Indigenous Land and Coast.
  8. Paul Brazier, Gabe Wynn, Natural Resources Wales. Marine biodiversity and climate change in Wales.
  9. Mark Burton, Phil Newton, Kate Lock, Skomer Marine Reserve. Long-term monitoring of intertidal communities.


  1. History of the Nearshore Synthesis, Census of Marine Life. Global trends in marine biodiversity. -
  2. NaGISA, Discovering the World's Nearshore. Census of Marine Life. -
  3. LargeNet, MarBef EU Network of Excellence. Large scale and long term networking of observations of global change and its impact on marine biodiversity. - -
  4. Marine Environmental Change Network, MECN. Sustained observations network for the coastal marine environment of the UK. Provide information to policy makers and other end-users to enable them to produce more accurate assessments of marine ecosystem state. -
  5. Marine Aliens. Conserving native biodiversity by raising awareness of invasive species. UK collaborative research project. -