Mr Nils Piechaud
Teaching and Support Assistant
School of Biological and Marine Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Maps have proved to be a useful method of summarising biological information concerning the seabed. Suitable environment for species and habitat can be predictively modelled based on image data and environmental variables (topography, oceanography or hydrography). This modelled can be projected in space to create a map where the environmental data is available. There is now a momentum towards the generalised mapping of the seafloor to provide information on which effective conservation policy can be based.
Master degree in marine biology.I.U.E.M. Université de Bretagne Occidentale - France
Staff serving as external examiners
Dr Kerry Howell