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SPEA is an Environmental not-for-profit organization whose mission is to support research and conservation of wild birds and their habitats, by promoting sustainable development for the benefit of future generations.
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RSPB - Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

Benjamin Barca
Coordenador del proyecto FAME

Obtuvo su licenciatura en la Universidad de St Andrews en Ecología y Conservación . Luego se trasladó al extranjero y trabajó para el Durrell Conservation Trust en St Lucia antes de trasladarse a Costa Rica , donde dirigió un proyecto mirando el comportamiento del jaguar y las interacciones con las tortugas marinas . Luego se trasladó al Reino Unido para seguir una maestría en Biodiversidad , Conservación y Manejo de la Universidad de Oxford . Antes de trabajar foir la RSPB que gestionaba un proyecto mirando conflictos sociales / ecológicas de la caza de aves migratorias en Italia.
Valerie de Liedekerke
FAME Project Co-ordinator

Studied Conservation Biology at the University of Maryland, and has a Master’s degree in Animals & Public Policy from Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. Previously worked as a research assistant specialising in endangered species conservation, and as an environmental lobbyist for both non-profit organisations and government. For the past 10 years has been working in project management.

Dr Ellie Owen

Ellie has been working with seabirds professionally for 8 years but she has been hooked on seabirds for a lot longer than that. Her fascination with seabirds started on the remote Scottish Island of Fair Isle. She has been working all over the world trying to discover the secret lives of seabirds. Ellie describes the FAME project as her perfect job because it gives her the chance to make new discoveries about her favourite creatures and to be a voice for their protection.


Rory Crawford
Seabird Policy Officer

I am a graduate of Marine and Freshwater Biology from the University of Glasgow and have been working for the RSPB since 2007. I've arrived at seabird policy and conservation work via an aquarium, a regional park, Kelvingrove Museum in Glasgow, Aride Island in the Seychelles, nature reserves on the Isle of Islay and marine policy at RSPB’s Scottish Headquarters. I’m in love with islands and my favourite birds are European storm-petrel and wedge-tailed shearwater.


Heather Griffiths

Armed with a BSc (hons) in Biochemistry from the University of Surrey, and an Advanced Certificate in Marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing, I’ve enjoyed working on everything from start-up brands to million pound brands.  A three month sabbatical on a remote Fijian island monitoring fish stocks and coral prompted me to take a longed for leap from the commercial sector to conservation.  One year ago I found the opportunity I’d been looking for, and joined the fabulous PR team at the RSPB.  I am keen to help the public get excited about seabirds and the science behind the work we do.  I love the sea and marine wildlife, and am a keen SCUBA diver.  Seeing whale sharks and humpback whales in their natural habitat have to be two of the most amazing experiences of my life.


BWI - BirdWatch Ireland

Dr Steve Newton
Oficial de Conservación senior (aves marinas) y coordinador del proyecto FAME (Irlanda)

Steve es un oficial senior de Conservación en BirdWatch Irlanda, donde es responsable de la investigación de aves marinas, el control y la gestión de la colonia. Esto implica la coordinación anual de elPrograma de Monitoreo de Aves Marinas (Reino Unido-Irlanda), así como la gestión de los projectos Charrán rosado, en Rockabill  y Charrancito en Kilcoole. Organizó el primer estudio cuantitativo deprocelariformes nocturnos en islas al oeste de la  costa en el período 2000-2001 como parte del Proyecto Aves Marinas 2000. También fue responsable de la gestión de la Encuesta de ICM / NPWS chova piquirroja y el seguimiento de los programas de investigación (2002-2010), la Encuesta de ICM / NPWS Aves tierras altas (2002-2004) y otros trabajos en los hábitats de montaña y de sus aves, incluyendoAguilucho pálido y Red Grouse. Él es un miembro del equipo de toda Irlanda responsable de la 'Pájaros de preocupación "el proceso que revisa las listas de especies rojo, ámbar y verde de Irlanda y estambién miembro del Panel irlandes de aves raras.

Niall Keogh
Observador marino y el coordinador del proyecto Seatrack

Niall comenzó a trabajar como técnico de campo en el área de las aves marinas para BirdWatch Ireland en 2010, después de completar una licenciatura en Biología Ambiental de la Universidad College de Dublín. Algunas de sus funciones se incluyen ser vigilante de la mayor colonia de Charranzito común en Irlanda, en Kilcoole, la asistencia en un estudio de la dieta de los cormoranes, e tambíen censos marinos. En el proyectos FAME, Niall es el coordinador del proyecto Seatrack, un programa nacional de observaciones costeras diseñado para evaluar la situación y la distribución de aves marinas migratorias en aguas irlndesas, en particular, pardela balear, y otros procelariformes. Como un observador marino, esta tarea se lleva a cabo con gran entusiasmo! También está involucrado en los medios de comunicación y campaña de reclutamiento de miembros, actuando como administrador de su página de Facebook y varios blogs. y es también presidente de la dependencia del condado de Wicklow.

LPO - Ligue pour la Protection des Oiseaux


Thierry Micol
Head of Natural Heritage Department

Biologist (PhD, Toulouse University). From 1988 till 2000, field trips in French southern territories (Taaf), mainly on seabird preservation of which the management of introduced mammals. Head of the stations based on the subantarctic Amsterdam and Kerguelen islands in 1998 and 2000. Environment officer in Taaf from 2001 till 2006. Head of Natural Heritage Department of the LPO since 2007. Natural heritage department’s team composed of about twenty persons working on censuses, knowledge acquisition, preservation and management of species (birds mainly) and sites in France: national action plans, European programs (Life+, Interreg), IBAs, SPA, ZSC etc.


Amélie Boué
FAME  French Coordinator

Environmental Engineer (National School of Agronomy in Rennes - speciality: Natural Areas Protection/ quantitative ecology). Master1 «Population and Ecosystems Biology» (Univ Tours). Ecologist by “Office national de la chasse et de la faune sauvage" (ONCFS) and in an environmental  consultancy firm (Natura 2000, environmental diagnosis). Program manager since December 2009 for the LPO: her main missions are linked with «Seabirds» and «Biodiversity partnerships».



SPEA - Sociedade Portuguesa para o Estudo das Aves

F. Iván Ramírez
European Marine Coordinator and Marine Programme Coordinator

Degree in Biology, University of Salamanca, 1999. Currently a PhD student. Research Biologist for the Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust and for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds in the year 2000. Appointed Director of SPEA-Madeira in 2002. Took over the Marine Programme and IBAs coordination in 2003, with special reference to the project LIFE Marine IBAs, a partnership in the project LIFE SOS Freira do Bugio, among other international projects in Greece, Malta, Italy and Spain.
European Marine Coordinator since 2009, appointed by BirdLife International, whose main goal is the protection of seabirds and their areas of importance, developing partnerships with several entities.

Joana Andrade
Conservation Department Assistant and FAME Portuguese Coordinator

Degree in Applied Biology on Animal Resources, Terrestrial branch, University of Lisbon, 2001. Final year dissertation on phenology and habitat selection of aquatic birds in the Tagus estuary, followed by an internship studying aquatic bird food availability of the Sado estuary salt pans (2002-2003). Environmental Education technician on Fundação da Criança (2004-2005) and SPEA's technician on Ornithological Tourism (2006-2007). Since 2008 is SPEA's Conservation Department Assistant working in Marine Program and is undertaking a Master’s degree in Science and Geographical Information Systems (S&GIS) at ISEGI, New University of Lisbon.

Nuno Barros
Marine Program Assistant, FAME technician
 

Born in Lisbon, graduated in Marine Environmental Biology from the University of Lisbon in 2007. Birdwatcher since a very young age, worked as a marine observer in Portuguese Marine IBA LIFE project, and has been collaborating with SPEA in some volunteer projects (Arenaria project, RAM days, IBA Costa SW caretaker). In the last few years has been working as a field technician, performing bird monitoring work for environmental impact assessment companies. Travelled to Cape Verde islands in a volunteer program (EVS), performing marine bird conservation work for Biosfera I. Since 2010 works as Marine Program Assistant, within FAME project.


SEO/BirdLife

Pep Arcos
Marine Programme Coordinator
 

Biologist, with a PhD devoted to seabird-fisheries interactions in the Western Mediterranean (Universitat de Barcelona, 2001). Postdoctoral researcher at IMEDEA (Mallorca, Spain, 2002) and the University of Glasgow (Scotland, 2002-2005), working on several issues related with seabirds, applied ecology and conservation. Incorporated to SEO/BirdLife in 2005, first to work on the LIFE Project to identify the marine IBAs in Spain (technical coordinator), and afterwards as coordinator of the Marine Programme.


Carmen Fernández
 Head of Press SEO/BirdLife and webmaster
 
Born in Madrid, graduated in journalist (Complutense University).Specialized in environmental information is a membership of Association of Journalist of Environmental Information (APIA). Years within SEO/BirdLife 8.  Other relevant information experience in specializing press (Quercus magazine, Biológica magazine and Turismo Rural) and offices of comunication (WWF España and Green Ways – Vías Verdes).

Albert Cama
FAME project technician

Degree in Environmental Sciences (Autonomous University of Barcelona, 2003) and PhD in Animal Biology (University of Barcelona, 2010). The PhD research focused on seabird distribution ecological modelling off the Ebro delta (NE Spain). Professional activity with seabirds began in the University of Barcelona, assessing the impact on birds of an offshore wind farm in the Ebro delta, coordinating and participating in the field work and the impact assessment report (2004-2006). Collaborated with different SEO/Birdlife seabird monitoring programmes doing coastal and on boat seabird surveys. In September 2011 started working as technician in the FAME project for the Spanish partner, SEO/Birdlife.


Universidade do Minho (UMinho)

Joana Miodonski
FAME project Technician

Born in Lisbon; graduated in Marine Biology, University of Algarve,2007. Masters degree in Marine Ecology and Conservation, 2009. Has worked in ecotourism and collaborated in fisheries and marine ecology research projects as an onboard observer, sampler and interviewer. In 2008, workedas a 2nd skipper for the whalewatchingcompany Espaço Talassa in Ilha do Pico (Azores). Works within the FAME project since June 2010 as a technician for the University of Minho and in collaboration with the Wildlife Portuguese Society.

Ana Catarina Henriques
FAME project Technician

Graduated in Biology from the University of Lisbon in 2006 and master degree in Natural Resources Management and Conservation from the University of Évora (UE) and the Superior Institute of Agronomy (ISA) in 2009. Worked as a volunteer in the Botanical Garden and Zoological Park of Lisbon and after the graduation in Iceland with SEEDs as a coordinator and environmental education of international volunteers. Started working with seabirds in 2006 with the marine program of SPEA, within the project of LIFE Marine IBA’s, (as a data collector and marine observer in the sea) and then, doing the master thesis about the reproductive success of Cory’s Shearwater in Corvo, Azores, within the project LIFE Corvo and Vila Franca islet. Currently works with the UMinho and SPVS as a technician within the FAME project.


Wave Energy Centre
(WavEC)

Sofia Patrício

Sofia Patrício obtained a degree in Environmental engineering in 2006 and MSc on Environmental Technology in 2011 at Polytechnic Institute of Setubal. In 2005 she started her activity in ocean energy at the Wave Energy in the field of environmental impact studies and licensing. Involved in several research projects related with the environmental field, like AQUARET, SOWFIA and SURGE European projects. Recently she coordinated and developed the Wave Energy Acoustic Monitoring project, that aims to develop a monitoring plan of underwater noise emitted by wave energy converters and asseces its impacts on marine mammals.

Teresa Simas

Obtained a degree in Marine Biology at the Algarve University (Portugal) in 1995 and further graduation, MSc in 1998 and PhD in 2007, on Marine Ecology and Environmental Sciences, respectively, at the New University of Lisbon. She worked in the Geochemical and Ecological Modelling Group at the Portuguese Institute of Marine Research (IMAR) where her research activity focused on marine water quality management. She joined the Wave Energy Centre in 2008 where she is coordinating the environmental team and managing research projects on marine environmental impacts regarding offshore energy projects.





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