School of Earth and Environmental Sciences
- Role Title: PhD Researcher
- Address: Burnaby Building Burnaby Road Portsmouth PO1 3QL
- Telephone: 023 9284 2257
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Department: SEES
- Faculty: Faculty of Science
I joined the University of Portsmouth as an undergraduate studying Palaeobiology and Evolution in 2009, and have remained within the university in various capacities ever since. I am currently researching a PhD on the Ecology of Silurian Graptolites, whilst working part time as a Learning Resources Officer for the University's School of Languages and Area Studies.
Lower Telychian graptolites of Litohlavy, Prague Synform, Czech Republic. G. Witton-Maclean (29th July 2015 at the ISSS GSSP Workshop, Prague, Czech Republic).
Broadly interested in the palaeoecology of graptolites, focussing mainly on the Silurian. Current projects include: testing for biomarkers indicative of euxinic environments; and studying the correlation between environmental factors and changes in graptolite morphology/ontogeny.