Dr James Strong

Group: 
Marine Geoscience
Email: 
James.Strong@noc.ac.uk
Location: 
Southampton
Telephone: 
+44 (0)23 8059 6158

Dr James Strong is a marine ecologist although his primary interests are marine habitat and species mapping and modelling His most recent work has been on the identification and reduction of sources of uncertainty within habitat mapping methods, species distribution modelling, and integrating landscape ecology with habitat mapping. James’ research interests also include landscape ecology, marine habitat restoration, algal aquaculture, predicting the impact of climate change on marine habitats and environmental monitoring. James is also trained to use Ecopath with Ecosim for mass-balance related ecological investigations.

Committee and Board Memberships: 

ICES Chairperson for the Working Group on Habitat Mapping,

Publications

Article

Strong, James Asa; Service, Matthew; Moore, Heather. 2016 Estimating the historical distribution, abundance and ecological contribution of <em>Modiolus modiolus</em> in Strangford Lough, Northern Ireland. Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 116B (1). 1.https://doi.org/10.3318/bioe.2016.1