Postdoctoral Researcher, UCL
Dan works on developing and applying new technologies for the assessment of tropical reef systems with the aim to gain a better understanding of their ecology and to better inform effective management. Aside from the BHP in Fiji, Dan's work is based primarily in the British Indian Ocean Territory (BIOT), where he leads work on monitoring changes in reef 3D structure and function. Dan is a committee member of the International Coral Reef Society, and has previously worked on marine projects across the Indian, Atlantic, Pacific and Southern Oceans, as well as acting as an adviser to government on the designation of UK marine protected areas.
Past Project Members
Thomas worked in Nepal with Liam in 2019 and was responsible for the acoustic data collection.
Ben Collen founded and designed the Biome Health Project and was awarded the funding from WWF-UK to complete the project.
Following the untimely death of Ben, we now work in his memory and strive to make his vision for the project a reality.
Ben was an incredibly talented and inspiring conservation biologist, one-of-a-kind. To find out more about Ben's life, please read the following: