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Corinne has a research background in fisheries biology and spatial ecology. She has extensive experience in mapping the distributions, and modelling the habitat, of fish species, marine invertebrates and also seagrass. She has fieldwork experience, having taken part in a number of research surveys, on-board oceanographic vessels, in the English Channel, North and Mediterranean seas. After completing her PhD at the University of Wales, Swansea (UK), on the behavioural ecology of marine turtles, she spent five years at Canterbury Christ Church University (UK), first as a post-doctoral researcher, and then as a lecturer. She then moved to the 'Institut Français de Recherche pour l'Exploitation de la Mer' (Ifremer) in Boulogne-sur-mer (France), and then to the Hellenic Centre for Marine Research in Heraklion (Greece). There, she was post-doctoral fellow under the European Union's Marie-Curie scheme (individual fellowship). In 2012, she took up the role of Programme Officer within the Marine Assessment Decision Support team, at UNEP-WCMC. Among other marine-related projects, she is currently involved in a global project on the management of deep-sea fisheries and ecosystems in areas beyond national jurisdiction, and in the development of a tool to assess risk related to marine biodiversity. In her spare time, she enjoys looking after her daughter, and visiting family in France and Greece.
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