Aurelie Aubry

ecologist

Nationality

French

Current location

Ireland

Work category

Education and Training

Education

PhD/Doctorate

Ecologist with a PhD in Zoology.

Aurelie Aubry's Professional Experience

2009 - Present

ecologist

I was a teaching assitant and delivered ecology field courses to Leaving and Junior Cert students for the Education Department at Fota Wildlife Park, Cork.

Key Skills
field course insects plants teaching
2004 - 2009

researcher and coordinator

I led field work, data analyses and report writing to the NPWS on monitoring and conservation requirements of toads in Ireland

Key Skills
education Report Writing research survey
2006 - 2008

temporary lecturer

I gave lectures in Ecology to MSc students at University College Cork and to adult classes at one of NPWS Education Centre

Key Skills
adult classes lecture undergraduate teaching university
2006 - 2006

Project Coordinator

I secured funding from the Heritage Council (€26k) to improve toad breeding habitat in Ireland. I liaised with farmers and government bodies to create ponds within REPS4.

Key Skills
amphibians Department of Agriculture farmers REPS
2001 - 2002

research student

I developed a DPSIR classification scheme to assess seabed disturbance in the HUmber estuary, UK.

Key Skills
coastal management environmental indicators fisheries human impacts
2001 - 2001

research student

I carried out survey work and statistical analyses to assess the effectiveness of predator control in improving the nesting success of eider ducks in Scotland.

Key Skills
birds field work nature reserve predation statistical analyses

Aurelie Aubry's Education and Qualifications

2009

PhD/Doctorate - Ecology

University College Cork

2004

Masters/PostGrad - Biology

University of Hull, UK

2002

Higher Diploma - Environmental Sciences

ENGREF, France