Jason Flower

Jason with Giant tortoise in SeychellesJason Flower

Associate Research Fellow
Marine Spatial Ecology Lab
School of Biological Sciences,University of Queensland
St. Lucia, Brisbane, Qld 4072 Australia
Ph: +61 (0) 733651671
email: j.flower@uq.edu.au

www.force-project.eu

Interests

My work is focused on the development of a coral reef managers’ handbook, ‘Managing Caribbean coral reefs for climate change’, as part of the European Union funded FORCE (Future of Reefs in Changing Environment) project.  The handbook will bring together the latest ideas for reef management from a broad range of disciplines including ecology, economics and the social sciences.

Career

2013 – 2014 Associate Research Fellow, FORCE Project, University of Exeter/ University of Queensland, FORCE Project, University of Exeter/ University of Queenslandjason_fluorescence
July – Oct 2012 – Scientific Diver, Reef Rescuer Project, Nature Seychelles
2011 – 2012 Marine Science Instructor and Intern, CIEE Research Station Bonaire
2009 – 2010 Diving Instructor, Coral Cay Conservation, Tobago
2009 & 2010 Diving Instructor, Operation Wallacea, Honduras
2006 – 2007 & 2004 – 2005 – English Language Teacher, Riga’s Commerce School and Riga’s 6th Secondary School, Latvia
2003 – 2008 PADI Open Water SCUBA Instructor, Greece and the Cayman Islands

Qualifications

2010 – 2011 MSc. Tropical Coastal Management, Newcastle University, UK

1998-2001 BSc. Chemistry and Molecular Physics, Nottingham University, UK

AAUS Scientific Diver, PADI Open Water SCUBA Instructor, Emergency First Response Instructor, DAN O2 provider