MEFGLs collaborative research environment
Research within the Group benefits from opportunities for collaborative work with other SBS research groups , School of Ocean Sciences (e.g. role of physical oceanography on dispersal in the sea; and environmental stress), School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography (e.g. impact of land-use on biodiversity, genetic structure and genome function), NERC Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (e.g. biotic response to climate change) and TRACE (e.g. SNP development in marine fish and wildlife forensics). Interactions with all academic schools and Bangor CEH are facilitated by our joint location in the Environment Centre Wales Building.The MEGFL staff are also involved in a breadth of networks, committees, steering groups, national and international collaborations. For full details, please check out our individual staff and project pages.