I am a PhD student at BARCO LAB with particular interests in coral reef ecology, anthropogenic impacts and Marine Protected Areas.
In the Caribbean, human impacts on reef ecosystems have long been recognised. However, paucity of information or incorrect assumptions regarding underlying change mechanisms often result in poor understanding of ecosystem functioning and inappropriate protection measures. My research seeks to address these issues with a particular focus on the application of technology and innovative techniques.
Coral reef ecology, Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), anthropogenic disturbance, Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, Chagos
MSc Marine Biology, Bangor University, United Kingdom
MSci Physics, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
Do parrotfish rule Mesoamerica? The impacts of fish herbivory on reef macroalgal and coral cover trajectories. A Suchley, M D McField, L Alvarez-Filip, 13th International Coral Reef Symposium, 19-24 June 2016, Honolulu, Hawai'i
Recent changes in community structure of the coral reefs of the Chagos Archipelago. J Turner, A Suchley, R Roache. Chagos Conservation Trust (CCT) Conference 2014, 2014 December 5 (Zoological Society of London, London, UK).
Fellowships & Awards:
The Rufford Foundation Small Grant Holder 2015-2016
The Fishmongers’ Company London Scholarship 2013-2014