University of Aberdeen
|Current Position||Senior Lecturer in Fisheries Science|
|Telephone||+44(0)1224 272 278|
|Departments||School of Biological Sciences|
|Quadrat Core Themes||Biodiversity, Environmental Management|
|Methods I Use||Modelling|
Key Research Interests
- Impacts of climate change on fish and fisheries
- Ecology and biology of fish at the individual-, population- and community-levels
- Bycatch avoidance tools for minimising discards at sea
- Sustainable management of commercial fisheries
- Developing knowledge and strategies for climate-smart fishing
Recent Key Papers
- McQueen, K., and Marshall, C.T. 2017. Shifts in spawning phenology of cod linked to rising sea temperatures. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 74: 1561-1573.
- Little, A., Needle, C.L., Hilborn, R., Holland, D. and Marshall, C. T. 2015. Real-time spatial management approaches to reduce bycatch and discards: experiences from Europe and the United States. Fish and Fisheries 16: 576-602.
- Baudron, A. R., Needle, C.L., Rijnsdorp, A. and Marshall, C.T. 2014. Warming temperatures and smaller body sizes: synchronous changes in growth of North Sea fishes. Global Change Biology 20: 1023-1031.
Summary Title of Current Studentships
- The implications of spatial and temporal variation in marine biodiversity of demersal species for community ecology, marine policy and the Scottish fishing industry
- The Fatter the Better? What does fat content in mackerel and herring tell about the functioning of the North Sea ecosystem?
- Developing an evidence base and methodology for the assessment of fish and shellfish stocks using Remote Electronic Monitoring data
- Identifying climate smart development pathways for the Scottish pelagic fishing industry
- Understanding the decline and recovery of one of the South Atlantic’s largest fisheries (Southern blue whiting)