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Nereus’s Tyler Eddy, William Cheung, Miranda Jones, Derek Tittensor, and Charles Stock are co-authors on a recent article that projects a 5% decline, on average, in global marine biomass for every 1 degree (C) of warming. They did this by combining several different types of models, rather than using a single-model approach.


Derek Tittensor

Ph.D., Biology


Derek Tittensor is a Senior Marine Biodiversity Scientist at the United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC) in Cambridge, and Adjunct Professor in the Biology Department at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. His research examines human impacts on biodiversity in the oceans, large-scale modelling of ecosystems from first principles, and the distribution and biogeography of marine species. His work is a combination of theoretical modelling, statistical analysis, field observation, and experiments.View More