British Antarctic Survey
- Education and Outreach
- Career Development
Marine ecology, human impacts, climate impacts, ecosystem structure and functioning, pelagic, zooplankton
Nadine Johnston is a marine ecologist at the British Antarctic Survey. Her research is focused on understanding the structure and functioning of Southern Ocean ecosystems and the impacts that climate and other human stressors (such as fisheries, pollutants and tourism) are having across a range of spatial and temporal scales, together with Earth system feedbacks. This information is directed at informing conservation and management decisions for these ecosystems and improving understanding of the role of Southern Ocean ecosystems in the Earth system.
- Mentor Panels
These panels are held at major international conferences and are coordinated by
APECS members. Participation involves a 2-3 hour commitment on the day
of the panel meeting.
- One-on-One Mentoring
Email correspondence with APECS members regarding career advice (including
alternative careers in polar/cryospheric issues), research skills, data
management and occasional research-specific discussions/questions.
- Assisting with proposal development
- Reviewing papers and posters
- In-person meetings/conferences/seminars
- Online seminars
- Telephone/Skype conversations
- Email Exchange
- ASLO/AGU Ocean Sciences
- SCAR Open Science Conferences