Scientific Steering Committee 2020

Members

Carol Robinson

Carol Robinson
Chair since 2016
E-mail: Carol.Robinson@uea.ac.uk
Web page: Link

National contact, IMBER SSC (2007-2013)

University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK

Microbial biogeochemistry

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Marion Glaser Vice-Chair since 2016 E-mail: marion.glaser@leibniz-zmt.de Web page: Link Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT) Bremen, Germany Multi-level social-ecological systems analysis, resilience and transformation, tropical coastal livelihoods, coastal and ocean governance and management, transdisciplinary research
Eugene-Murphy

Eugene Murphy
Vice-Chair since 2016
E-mail: e.murphy@bas.ac.uk
Web page: Link

ICED (Chair), National contact

British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK

Biological oceanography, Southern Ocean food web modelling, ecosystems dynamics, biogeochemical cycles

Alice Newton

Alice Newton
Vice-Chair since 2019

E-mail: anewton@ualg.pt

Web page: Link

Centre for Marine and Environmental Research, University of Algarve, Faro, Portugal

Eutrophication, assessment frameworks of marine social – ecological systems, Regional Seas Conventions, marine environmental policy implementation, marine biodiversity assessments, science communication

Stephanie Brodie
Stephanie Brodie Early Career representative since 2020 E-mail: stephanie.brodie@noaa.gov Web page: Link University of California Santa Cruz and NOAA, USA Biogeography, fisheries, and animal ecophysiology, the roles of oceanographic processes in species distributions. See intro video
Ruben Escribano

Rubén Escribano
Member since 2015
E-mail: rescribano@udec.cl
Web page: Link

IMBER-CLIVAR Upwelling WG (Chair)

Department of Oceanography & Millennium Institute of Oceanography (IMO), University of Concepción, Concepción, Chile

Marine zooplankton ecology, marine pelagic food webs, population biology

Marion Gehlen
Marion Gehlen Member since 2020 E-mail: marion.gehlen@lsce.ipsl.fr Web page: Link LSCE/IPSL, Gif-sur-Yvette, France Climate change impacts on ocean processes, ocean acidification on marine biogeochemical cycles, ecosystems and feedbacks, recent past and future evolution of the marine carbon cycle; predictability of biogeochemical state and its variability See intro video
Alistair-HOBDAY

Alistair Hobday
Member since 2017
E-mail: alistair.hobday@csiro.au

Web page: Link

Past co-Chair of CLIOTOP

CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Climate variability and change, climate adaptation, fisheries management, ecological risk assessments, science-to-policy

Jeomshik Hwang 1
Jeomshik Hwang Member since 2019 E-mail: jeomshik@snu.ac.kr Web page: Link School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea Biological carbon pump, sediment resuspension, radiocarbon
Narriman Jiddawi

Narriman Jiddawi
Member since 2020
E-mail: n_jiddawi@yahoo.com
Web page: Link

Institute of Fisheries Research and other marine resources, Zanzibar, Tanzania

Socio-economics, governance issues, stakeholder empowerment

See intro presentation

Frank Muller Karger

Frank Muller-Karger
Member since 2018
E-mail: carib@usf.edu
Web page: Link

University of South Florida, Saint Petersburg, FL, USA

Biological oceanography, ocean remote sensing, nutrient cycles, ecology/biodiversity

Nyawira Muthiga

Nyawira Muthiga
Member since 2020
E-mail: nmuthiga@wcs.org
Web page: Link

Wildlife Conservation Society – Marine Program, Mombasa, Kenya

Biodiversity, conservation biology, marine management

See intro presentation

Suvaluck Satumanatpan

Suvaluck Satumanatpan

Member since 2018
E-mail: suvaluck.nat@mahidol.ac.th
Web page: Link

Mahidol University, Salaya, Thailand

Marine and coastal management and fisheries governance

David VanderZwaag

David VanderZwaag
Member since 2018
E-mail: David.VanderZwaag@Dal.Ca
Web page: Link

Marine & Environmental Law Institute,
Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, Canada

Marine and environmental law and governance

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Ingrid van Putten Member since 2016 E-mail: Ingrid.Vanputten@csiro.au Web page: Link HDWG (2017-) Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and Centre for Marine Socioecology, Hobart, Australia Modelling the interaction of social and economic behaviour with the biophysical environment
Ying-Wu

Ying Wu
Member since 2016
E-mail: wuying@sklec.ecnu.edu.cn
Web page: Link

State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research (SKLEC), East China Normal University (ECNU), Shanghai, China

Marine organic geochemistry

Past Scientific Steering Committee members

2020 | 20192018201720162015 | 20142013201220112010200920082007

Terms of Reference

IMBeR Scientific Steering Committee

Agreed by SCOR and Future Earth, 2017

  • To develop the IMBeR Science Plan and Implementation Strategy, in accordance with guidance from the sponsoring organisations SCOR and Future Earth.
  • To oversee the development and implementation of IMBeR in accordance with its Science Plan and Implementation Strategy.
  • To demonstrate progress and achievements of IMBeR through the definition and monitoring of results and outputs of existing regional (ICED, SIBER, CLIOTOP, ESSAS) and national programmes, working groups and task teams.
  • To encourage publication of IMBeR-related activities with appropriate acknowledgement of IMBeR, SCOR and Future Earth.
  • To provide input from IMBeR and its related activities to the international scientific and policy arena.
  • To engage the general public and marine stakeholders in IMBeR activities.
  • To actively seek funds for IMBeR-related activities from national, regional and international funding agencies.
  • To collaborate, as appropriate, with other projects sponsored by SCOR and Future Earth, and other related programmes and organisations such as ICES, PICES, WCRP, IOC-UNESCO and GOOS.
  • To establish appropriate data management policies to ensure access to, sharing of, and preservation of IMBeR-relevant data, taking into account the policies of the sponsors.
  • To facilitate capacity building and career development of early career scientists in topics of relevance to the IMBeR Science Plan and Implementation Strategy.
  • To report regularly to SCOR and Future Earth on the state of planning and the accomplishments of IMBeR.

The IMBeR SSC, its subsidiary task teams, working groups, regional programmes and International Project Offices (IPO-China and IPO-Canada) shall operate in accordance with the operating procedures for SCOR and Future Earth Global Research Projects.