A nesting green turtle, Chelonia mydas

A nesting green turtle, Chelonia mydas

Dr Annette Broderick
Associate Professor of Marine Conservation


My research focuses on the exploitation and status of marine vertebrate populations, in particular marine turtles, utilising satellite tracking and mark and recapture to understand the thermal ecology, sex ratios, habitat use, navigational abilitiies, growth rates and fecundity of individuals.   Given the importance of the thermal environment on these reptilian species, the potential effects of global climate change are a major issue for this group, and a focus for my research. I run a long-term field study of the marine turtle populations in Cyprus, on which many of our undergraduate students volunteer.

I am a member of the Ecology and Conservation research group.


1997 PhD (Glasgow)
1994 MSc Ecology (Durham)
1992 BSc Zoology (Glasgow)


2012 - present Senior Lecturer in Conservation Biology, University of Exeter
2007 - 2011 Lecturer in Conservation Biology, University of Exeter
2003 - 2006 Research Fellow, University of Exeter
1998 - 2003 Darwin Research Fellow, University of Swansea


Contact details

Tel+44 (0) 1326 371842
Fax+44 (0) 1326 253638
BuildingDaphne du Maurier
AddressDaphne du Maurier
Centre for Ecology and Conservation
College of Life and Environmental Sciences
University of Exeter, Penryn Campus
TR10 9FE

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