Research AdvisorDepartment of Biological & Environmental
About Susan Gotensparre
I work within the Swedish Mariculture Research Centre (SWEMARC) and Biodiversity and Ecosystem services in a Changing Climate (BECC).
I am also the project manager for the school project VIRTUE, where educators and pupils can learn about and measure biodiversity of aquatic environments through the accumulation of organisms on CD-shaped discs (biofouling).
- Sea Change
- VIRTUE-s (Erasmus + strategic partnership school)
- Sea for Society (SFS)
Freelance journalist. I've written about science/health(Forskning & Framsteg, Göteborgs-Posten, In-Pharma Technologist.com, Leva), economy (Sydsvenskan, Göteborgs-Posten, Privata Affärer, Passion for Business) and travel (Dagens Nyheter, Göteborgs-Posten).
Research - molecular biology. Imperial College London (organism: Gallus gallus); University of St Andrews (organism: Salmo salar); University of Lancaster (organism: Arabidopsis thaliana).
The Virtue Project and the Biofilms and Biodiversity Project: An International Collaboration in Marine Science
Adam Frederick, Susan Gotensparre, Dan Jacobs, Björn Källström, Mikael Olsson
Exemplary Practices in Marine Science Education: A Resource for Practitioners and Researchers - 2018-01-01
Using collective intelligence to identify barriers to teaching 12–19 year olds about the ocean in
Geraldine Fauville, Patricia McHugh, Christine Domegan, Åsa Mäkitalo, Lene Friis Møller, Martha Papathanassiou, Carla Alvarez Chicote, Susana Lincoln, Vanessa Batista, Evy Copejans, Fiona Crouch, Susan Gotensparre
Marine Policy - 2018-01-01