Miss Maria Hayden-Hughes
Room: 2nd floor, Marine Centre Wales Phone: +44 (0) 1248 388603
I graduated in Applied Marine Biology in 2017. During that time I spent a year working in the Royal Netherlands Institute of Sea Research (NIOZ) investigating the geomorphological interactions of the American razor clam, Ensis directus. I completed an MSc in Marine Environmental Protection in 2018. My thesis researched biodiversity and the associated species assemblages in mussel culture on an experimental offshore longline system as part of the Irish Sea Portal Pilot (ISPP) project. At the beginning of 2019, I became a Research Project Support Officer on the Shellfish Centre, a research and innovation project supporting development of the shellfish sector in Wales. In addition, I became the Local Project Officer in 2020 for the Welsh restoration hub in Conwy Bay for The Wild Oysters Project, aiming to restore Britain’s seas to health through the restoration of the native oyster.
- MSc: Marine Environmental Protection
- BSc: Bioleg Môr Gymhwysol (Anrhydedd)
- CyhoeddwydThe European native oyster, Ostrea edulis, in Wales, a historical account of a forgotten fishery
Hayden-Hughes, M., Bayford, P., King, J. & Smyth, D., 21 Chwef 2023. 13 t.
Allbwn ymchwil: Cyfraniad at gynhadledd › Papur › adolygiad gan gymheiriaid
- Cyhoeddwyd“Good news everyone”, the natives have returned: Assemblages of European flat oysters make a reappearance in Belfast Lough after a century of absence.
Smyth, D., Hayden-Hughes, M., Alexander, J., Bayford, P. & Kregting, L., 31 Ion 2021, Yn: Regional Studies in Marine Science. 41, t. 101585 1 t.
Allbwn ymchwil: Cyfraniad at gyfnodolyn › Erthygl › adolygiad gan gymheiriaid