Kirsteen MacKenzie

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Postdoktor
Telefon: 45972476
Avdeling: Økosystemprosesser 2180

Arbeider med

Stabile isotoper (karbon og nitrogen) analyse av Barentshavet og Polhavet Økosystemer

Arbeider med trofiske interaksjoner i Barentshavet - steg mot en integrert Ecosystem Assessment (tibia) prosjekt, og Strategisk Intitiativ Arktis (SI_ARCTIC). Disse prosjekter vil analysere økosystemkomponenter fra plankton til fisk til bunndyr vha sammensetningen av stabile isotoper, og bruke resultatene til å spore pelagisk-bentiske kobling, trofisk tilkobling og strukturering, og endringer i økosystemet. Resultatene skal brukes til å undersøke strukturen i økosystemene i de ulike områdene, og finne ut av, om det er mulig å måle effekten av miljøendringer over Barentshavet fra sør til nord, og i den norske Polhavet.

https://www.hi.no/tokt/toktomtaler/tibia-toktet/tibia-tokt_i_barentshavet/nb-no

https://www.hi.no/tokt/toktomtaler/si_arktis/nb-no

Curriculum Vitae

  • 2015-ongoing Postdoktor, Institute of Marine Research.
  • 2014-2015 Smithsonian Stable Isotope Fellow (Post-doctoral Research Fellow), Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Smithsonian Institution, Panama. Project title: The importance of upwelling to oceanic top predators. Using stable isotopes to quantify the use of seasonal upwelled nutrients by migratory and resident fishes.
  • 2013-2014 Teaching Fellow, Ocean and Earth Science, University of Southampton. Combined teaching and research post continuing research from previous PDRF post with teaching marine science.
  • 2013 NERC Impact Fellow, Ocean and Earth Science, University of Southampton. Liaising with non-academic stakeholders to accelerate the impact of stable isotopes for fisheries management.
  • 2010-2013 Post-doctoral Research Fellow, School of Ocean and Earth Science, University of Southampton. Project titles: The marine life of Atlantic salmon: stable isotope records of feeding location, stock separation and marine climate influences (Defra project SF0260); Stock structure in North Sea Herring (Defra project SF0260 extension); Where do all the salmon go? Linking temporal distributions of plankton to isotope records derived from salmon scales (with SAHFOS); Red Vent Syndrome: investigation of a new salmonid disease (with the Environment Agency).
  • 2005-2006 Marine Support Officer, Marine Habitats Team, Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC) . GIS mapping of marine habitats, standardising survey data into biotopes, coordination of the international MESH project team, liaison with stakeholders and government bodies, obtaining data from industry.

EDUCATION

  • 2006-2010 University of Southampton, Ph.D. The marine life of Atlantic salmon: evidence from the microchemistry of scales. Funded by Defra and Cefas.
  • 2003-2004 University of Aberdeen, MRes Marine and fisheries science. Long-term trends in the distribution and abundance of two shark species around northern Britain. Competitive NERC
  • Studentship. Laird Prize recipient.
  • 1998-2001 University of East Anglia, BSc (Hons) Ecology with Biology . Life history links to population declines in shark species.
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