Tim Gordon
PhD Student

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I am a marine biologist studying human impacts on natural acoustics in the ocean. Sound travels far and fast underwater, and many marine organisms communicate, navigate, and sense their environment by listening. Today, the natural sounds of marine ecosystems are being altered by climate change and drowned out by human noise pollution; my research aims to understand more about the likely impacts of these changes and what we can do about them. My work focuses mainly on coral reef ecosystems, combining fieldwork with laboratory experiments and computational analysis of sound recordings.

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Broad research specialisms

Marine biology
Bioacoustics
Anthropogenic stressors

Qualifications

BA Natural Sciences (Zoology) – University of Cambridge, 2012–2015
MRes Ecology, Evolution & Conservation – Imperial College London, 2015–2016

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Email
AddressGeoffrey Pope Building
University of Exeter
Stocker Road
Exeter
EX4 4QD
UK
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