Dr Gemma Fenwick
Gemma is currently assessing the declines in coral reef fish biomass in remote wilderness reserves. Gemma has additional interests in non-native marine species and collaborates with researchers at the Centre for Ecology, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science. She also works alongside Swansea University and Project Seagrass, assisting with long-term monitoring of seagrass condition and researching and supporting conservation measures that help facilitate the long-term resilience of seagrass ecosystems.
- Clarke SA, Vilizzi L, Lee L, Wood LE, Cowie WJ, Burt JA, Mamiit RJE, Ali H, Davison PI, Fenwick GV, Harmer R, Skora ME, Kozic S, Aislabie LR, Kennerley A, Le Quesne WJF, Copp GH, Stebbing PD (2019) Identifying potentially invasive non-native marine and brackish water species for the Arabian Gulf and Sea of Oman. Global Change Biology 26: 2081-2092, https:// doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14964
- Copp GH, Vilizzi L, Fenwick GV, Godard M, Gozlan RE (2009) Calibration of FISK, an invasiveness screening tool for non-native freshwater fishes. Risk Analysis 29: 457-467, https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1539-6924.2008.01159.x
- Vilizzi L, Copp GH, Hill JE, Adamovich B, Aislabie L,…Fenwick G, et al. (2021) A global-scale screening of non-native aquatic organisms to identify potentially invasive species under current and future climate conditions. Science of the Total Environment, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.147868