Dr Helen Glenn
Senior Research Fellow
CEMARE, Portsmouth Business School, University of Portsmouth, St George's Building, 141 High Street, Portsmouth, PO1 2HY, United Kingdom.
Dr Helen Glenn BSc, PhD Senior Research Fellow
Subject Interests: Coastal and marine resource management and law, environmental management
Dr. Helen Glenn is a specialist in environmental, coastal and marine resource management and its institutional and legal aspects.
Helen is active in both national and international research, in a personal research capacity and as project co-ordinator. The projects Helen has been involved with cover a diversity of academic disciplines, sectoral activities and geographical locations (primarily within Europe), with an emphasis on different aspects of managing marine living resources.
More recent projects have addressed: the use of marine exclusion zones and artificial reefs in conservation and fisheries management; the mitigation of the environmental impacts of marine aquaculture; the management of decapod fisheries; the use of quality and eco-labelling in the marketing of seafood products; risk perception and communication in fisheries management and the integrated management of marine ecosystems. Principal funding sources have included the European Commission, the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation and UK government agencies.
The outputs of this work have been published as project reports, book chapters and articles in a number of journals including the Marine Pollution Bulletin, Marine Policy, Fisheries Research and Ocean Development and International Law.
Related to her research, Helen has been involved in academic collaboration at both a national and international level, through running and participating in a variety of international meetings, conferences and workshops. She has also been employed as a technical reviewer for several funding agencies (e.g. the Scottish Aquaculture Research Forum and the US National Marine Fisheries Service) and for a variety of journals (e.g. Environmental Planning and Management; Israel Journal of Zoology; Journal of Environmental Management, New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research; Journal of Environmental Conservation; ICES Journal of Marine Science, Journal of Food Policy).
Helen’s teaches on a number of Masters level degrees in Portsmouth Business School and the Science Faculty, contributing expertise in the areas of law of the sea, corporate environmental management and research and consultancy skills. This teaching draws heavily on research undertaken and state of the art developments.
Helen has also employed her expertise in a variety of management roles within the University, which include: unit coordination, representing Portsmouth Business School on the steering committee of the University of Portsmouth Environment Network, being active on the Business School’s Ethics Committee and acting as a research bid advisor within the Business School