Twitter | Search | |
Katie Watson
MRes Biodiversity Conservation | Researching coral threat mapping & poleward shifting coral communities | Love scuba diving in the UK & beyond
136
Tweets
303
Following
218
Followers
Tweets
Katie Watson retweeted
Nicolas Mouquet Feb 18
We need your help for a scientific survey about the relationship between visual perception and biodiversity of coral reef fishes. This online survey will only take you a few minutes: Please help us out by sharing this link in your networks. Thank you all !
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson Feb 11
▪️Less than 30% of scientific researchers are female. ▪️Only 5% of women in higher education are studying natural sciences.
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson retweeted
Gonzalo Araujo Jan 31
Know what your fish is and where it's coming from? Think again. a common meat in
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson retweeted
Conservation Biology Jan 27
Diversity: Larger nations have an overlooked but disproportionate potential to impact global conservation.
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson retweeted
SeaLegacy Dec 27
is leaving the International Whaling Commission (IWC) to resume full scale commercial in 2019. This is madness - a barbaric move that could set species recovery back decades. It’s time for all of us to speak up and stop hunting for good.
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson Dec 20
Congrats Adele!
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson retweeted
Dr Thorunn 🇮🇸 🌿 Dec 18
“It shouldn’t be revolutionary, but it’s a big deal to see someone like me doing science” And *that’s* why we need diversity in science
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson retweeted
Joaquim Garrabou Nov 13
2018 summer caused a new large-scale mass mortality event. To what geographic extent? which species? This is a call for collaboration! Find what we know and how you can get involved 👉
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson Dec 9
Thank you Meg!
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson Dec 8
Over the moon to have been awarded funding to be Project Leader for the Project to India! Thank you to !
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson retweeted
Sebastian Hennige Dec 1
Great talk by - sites with greatest decline not necessarily those with greatest thermal stress
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson Dec 1
Promoting population growth of using cheap & easily accessible materials - breeze blocks! Benefits: ⬆️ reef complexity, ⬆️ increased coral cover and ⬇️ algae cover.
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson retweeted
Annkathrin Sharp Dec 1
It's so vital to empower women in coastal communities to help drive action. Brilliant talk with fresh ideas on how to tackle ecological issues while developing local and female independence.
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson Dec 1
Go see the lovely from to find out more about her PhD work on food-fish community structure!
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson retweeted
Nick Graham Dec 1
giving the opening keynote of - the need to understand social drivers and social needs in coral reef conservation
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson Nov 22
Replying to @abr_eco
Hi ! All going well in Leeds between the Masters, marathon training, diving etc. See you at the BES Conference!
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson Nov 22
Insightful talk by at on the emotions surrounding extinction. Responsibility, guilt, regret and hope all key drivers towards conservation efforts. How do you know if it’s “the last”?
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson Nov 20
are working with to provide support to 15,000 women, children and LGBT people through education, rehabilitation, healthcare & awareness raising.
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson retweeted
TREE Oct 29
conservation is one of the most pressing issues of our times. Now online, , , , and propose a coordinated targeting specific regions to
Reply Retweet Like
Katie Watson Oct 24
supports over 15,000 women, children and people through , , & projects. students can volunteer with !
Reply Retweet Like