Past Fellows

2014

  • Mark Moore, National Oceanography Centre
  • Will Homoky, University of Oxford

2012

  • Jenny Brown, National Oceanography Centre
  • Kate Hendry, Cardiff University
  • Daniel Mayor, University of Aberdeen
  • Abigail McQuatters-Gollop, SAHFOS

2010

  • Dr Claire Hughes, University of East Anglia, website
  • Dr Dave Suggett, University of Essex, website
  • Dr Alberto Naveira-Garabato, National Oceanography Centre, website
  • Dr Laura Robinson, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, website

2008

  • Dr Angela Hatton, Scottish Association of Marine Science, website
  • Dr Maeve Lohan, Plymouth University, website
  • Dr Claire Mahaffey, Liverpool University, website
  • Dr Helen Johnson, University of Oxford, website

2006

  • Dr Sally Thorpe, British Antarctic Survey
  • Dr Simon Ussher, University of Plymouth, website
  • Dr Finlo Cottier, Scottish Association for Marine Science, website
  • Dr Stephen Dye, CEFAS

2004

  • Dr John Allen, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, website

2002

  • Dr Chris Hughes, Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory, website
  • Dr David Marshall, University of Reading, website
  • Dr Carol Robinson, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, website
  • Dr Toby Tyrrell, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, website

2000

  • Dr Karen Heywood, University of East Anglia, website
  • Dr Chris German, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, website

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